Most wedding photographers use Adobe Lightroom to manage and retouch their photos. But there are times when they need to switch to Photoshop for more control over their photos. In this tutorial, you will learn three of the most common effects used by wedding photographers. We'll show you how to access and use the hidden split-toning presets in Photoshop CS6, create high-contrast black and white photos without clipping any highlights or shadows, and apply a popular film effect that gives your photos a memorable feeling with just one curves layer. To follow this tutorial, you'll need Photoshop CS6.
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• Narrated by Dean Wendt
• Tutorial by Denny Tang
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