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Introduction to digital imaging BASIC PHOTOSHOP WORKFLOW
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BASIC PHOTOSHOP WORKFLOW ± Color Management ± Basic Photoshop Workflow ± Tonal and Color Corrections ± Retouching
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BASIC PHOTOSHOP WORKFLOW ± Eight general steps for correcting an image 1. Work on a copy of the original 2. Check the quality of the image 3. Crop image to final size and orientation 4. Repair any damage and/or flaws 5. Correct the global tonal range/contrast 6. Correct any global color casts 7. Retouch any details, local corrections 8. Apply global sharpening
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BASIC PHOTOSHOP WORKFLOW ± Work on a copy of the original Duplicate the original In Photoshop, use the Image>Duplicate command Save a copy: File>Save As Name the copy CORRECTED, RETOUCHED
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BASIC PHOTOSHOP WORKFLOW ± Check the quality of the image Check the Dimensions Image>Image Size Make sure the resolution meets the output requirements Check the Color Model and Bit Depth Image>Mode For general editing, use RGB at 8 Bits/Channel Inspect the clarity of details Zoom to 100% for inspection of details
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This note was uploaded on 12/14/2011 for the course GRA 1280c taught by Professor Lopez during the Fall '11 term at Miami Dade College, Miami.

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