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Webinar Archive: Monochrome – why using colour leads to powerful black and white photographs

2/20/2014 6.00pm GMT  

Topics covered: 

- Strong Colour Makes Punchy Monochrome 
- Working With Adobe Photoshop & Camera Raw 
- Reading Histograms and Tone Curves 
- Using Adjustment Layer Masks For Better Image Control 
- Using Photoshop Brushes Effectively to ‘Dodge & Burn’. 
- Assessing Colour Channels In Photoshop 
- Channel Mixer Adjustment Layer 
- Black & White Adjustment Layer 
- Toning Effects: Sepia, Selenium & Iron Effects 
- Creating Vignettes 
- Good Colour Management Practice 
- The Problem Of Printing Neutral Greys 
- Common Problems When Pushing Tones In Monochrome 
- Batch Processing Black & White In Adobe Camera Raw 

Intended audience: 

Professional and seasoned enthusiasts that have a basic understanding of Adobe Photoshop. Photographers who want to understand where creative choices can be made in their workflow. 

Anyone who needs to understand the role of colour management for print and on-screen output.

Monochrome - why using colour leads to powerful black and white photographs from X-Rite Europe on Vimeo.




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