Photos for OS X: Extensions for Local Adjustments
Photos for OS X: Extensions for Local Adjustments is an Intermediate level study on Photography, written by an expert, Derrick Story. This study is an important base for an individual who needs to get better at his/her Photography expertise. It provides you a thorough grip on Photography, Raw Processing, Apple Photos, Photography, Raw Processing and Apple Photos.
Included with Mac OS X, Photos is a well-rounded application for managing, enhancing, and sharing photos. But there’s room to grow, and that’s where editing extensions come in. These software add-ons plug right in to Photos for Mac OS X and add new capabilities, from special color effects to sophisticated retouching.
In this course, photographer, author, and educator Derrick Story demonstrates his favorite editing extensions for performing local adjustments. These tools round out what already exists in Photos, providing the photographer with a complete image editing toolbox. Step-by-step, he selects an image from the library, explains how he wants to change it, and then chooses the appropriate editing extension to complete the job.
- How extensions for Photos work
- Applying color effects with Color Filters for Photos
- Split-toning an image with the Tonality extension
- Creating a black-and-white image with Tonality
- Retouching a portrait with Snapheal
- Using external editors like Photoshop with Photos