Photos for OS X: Enhancing Images
Photos for OS X: Enhancing Images is an Intermediate level tutorial on Photography, produced by the author, Richard Harrington. This tutorial is an important foundation for an individual who needs to get better at his/her Photography skills. It provides you a strong understanding on Color Correction, Black and White, Photography, Video, Raw Processing, Photos for OS X, Color Correction, Black and White, Photography, Video, Raw Processing and Photos for OS X.
Learn how to quickly enhance and repair your images with Photos, the image editing software built into OS X Yosemite. In this course, author Rich Harrington explores nondestructive workflows that improve an image but maintain flexibility for future editing. He uses real-world examples—raw and JPEG files shot with DSLR cameras and iPhones—so you can get a realistic picture of how far you can take your own images. Whether you’re brand new to Photos or transitioning from iPhoto or Aperture, this course will help you get the best-looking results with its features.
- Applying and removing effects
- Reading the histogram
- Working nondestructively
- Making primary color and exposure adjustments
- Reusing image adjustments
- Enhancing images with advanced adjustments
- Recovering shadows and highlights
- Creating and manipulating black-and-white images
- Styling photos
- Adding and combining filters