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Introduction to digital imaging IMAGE CORRECTIONS: LEVELS
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IMAGE CORRECTIONS Levels Tone and Color Targets Color Samplers
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IMAGE CORRECTIONS Levels – You use the Levels dialog box to correct the tonal range and color balance of an image by adjusting intensity levels of image shadows, midtones, and highlights. – The Levels histogram is a visual guide for adjusting the image key tones.
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IMAGE CORRECTIONS Levels
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IMAGE CORRECTIONS Levels – Do one of the following to open the Levels dialog box: • Choose Image > Adjustments > Levels. • Choose Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Levels. Click OK in the New Layer dialog box. – This is the preferred method as Adjustment Layers allow re-editing later on.
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Levels – Input Levels: the image data in its current state – Output Levels: the corrected image data to the desired white or black level – Channel: used to isolate a desired color channel for correction. • When working with color images, perform
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