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Using Adjustment Layers with Smart Objects

3m 51s

In this course, Ramy Hanna will teach you a basic understanding of Photoshop, all the way to using advanced tools such as actions.

First, you will learn the basics of Photoshop starting with setting up various windows and gaining a basic understanding of the tools. Then, you will learn how to add additional elements and blend them into a rendering or photo seamlessly. Finally, you will learn how to manipulate existing photos, and how to remove or add elements with a photo.

When you are done with this course, you'll know how to significantly enhance the color and quality of any photograph, including architectural renderings. There are 2 parts to this course:

Part 1- Exterior Renderings in 3ds Max: You will learn how to take an exterior building model through all the important steps required to create a convincing photo-real rendering.

Part 2- Photoshop for Architectural Renderings: You will learn how to significantly enhance the color and quality of any photograph, including architectural renderings.

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You'll see, rather than create the adjustment layer it actually created it as a smart filter, which is really interesting because rather than create an adjustment layer, because this was a smart object it added it down here and I can turn that on and off and it keeps it all within that layer. If I want to come back and edit the curve I can simply double click this and it will give me the properties to adjust the curve. So this is another reason why I like to work with smart objects.

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From the course:
Photoshop for Architectural Renderings

Level 1

Duration: 3h 26m

Author: Ramy Hanna