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Dodge and burn

© Davulcu ( Help)
I want to share an easy non - destructive way of dodging and burning with you which I recently learned.

Open a n image in Photoshop and make a copy of your background layer with Ctrl + j.

Open another new blank layer, choose "Soft Light" from the menu while creating the layer and click the box below. ( % 50 grey thing ! ) You will get another new blank grey layer.

Press D and change the color mode to default.

Now lower the Opacity and Flow to about % 50 or less.

And choose a soft brush

© Davulcu ( Help)

For burning use white, and for dodging black ...

You can also create different grey layers for different colors and change the tones in your image.

If you did not like the result you can disable or delete the % 50 grey layer(s)

Thank you very much for reading

Photo credits: Serdar Tibet.

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March 09, 2010

Goldution

I tried this , good result, and easy to handle. Thanks!

February 12, 2010

Djk

Any helpful hints for those of us who use Elements would be appreciated, too!!

February 12, 2010

Creativei

thanks for the tip.

February 12, 2010

Keki

excellent tip thanks!

February 12, 2010

Frantab01

thanks for that, have bookmarked your blog - will def try it out :)

February 11, 2010

Fultonsphoto

Another trick to try, thanks.

February 11, 2010

Mani33

Thanks for the tip! :)

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