... I d suggest you copy for eg the sky area only with a soft feathered edge to another layer and apply the adjustment layers separately. ... I tend not to useMessage 1 of 4 , Jul 11, 2006View SourceOn 12/07/2006, at 3:33 PM, Wheaton, Simon wrote:
> I want to apply different adjustment layersI'd suggest you copy for eg the sky area only with a soft feathered
> (Curves-Brightness/Contrast-Hue/Saturation) to both the ground and to
> the sky.
> I also want to use a different Shadow/Highlight adjustment setting on
> both the ground and the sky.
edge to another layer and apply the adjustment layers separately.
> I tried it and it seems that the adjustment layers, as well as theI tend not to use adjustment layers myself - preferring to select the
> Shadow/Highlight adjustment, affect the whole image and not just the
> separate areas of ground or sky.
area of concern (or a copy of it) and apply the effects directly.
Hi Simon, ... I assume Photoshop CS2. ... Possible, you can add a layer mask to the adjustment layers. One way to do it is to select the area as described byMessage 1 of 4 , Jul 11, 2006View SourceHi Simon,
--- "Wheaton, Simon" <simon.wheaton@...>
> I have a stitched/blended landscape pano inI assume Photoshop CS2.
> Photoshop that contains ground and sky.
> I want to apply different adjustment layersPossible, you can add a layer mask to the adjustment
> (Curves-Brightness/Contrast-Hue/Saturation) to both
> the ground and to the sky.
layers. One way to do it is to select the area as
described by Kathy, then with the selected area create
the adjustment layer. The mask will be created
automatically and you can still edit it by clicking on
the mask (next to the layer itself) for fine
> I also want to use a different Shadow/HighlightAFAIK S/H can not be done with a layer, but if you
> adjustment setting on both the ground and the sky.
already have the layers and the selection, it is
possible to re-select the specific area. Once you have
a selected area, the S/H settings are applied only to
the selection. It is possible (and recommended) to
achieve the same result as S/H with curves adjustment,
so there is no real need to use S/H other than it is
I prefer using adjustment layers because they leave my
underlying original image untouched and I can always
go back and change the adjustment layer mask and the
adjustment settings. The changes with S/H, as well as
the changes of
applied directly to the image are irreversible once
saved and can't be replicated easily to other areas of
the picture - all thing that adjustment layers and
their masks enable.
> Will the masks allow different settings to be usednot AFAIK.
> with the Shadow/Highlight adjustment as well?
> Is it correct that the Shadow/Highlight adjustmentI am afraid you are correct. But if you become
> is not available as
> an adjustment layer? (I wish it was!)
proficient with the curves tool, you won't miss it.
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... Well, I would definitely miss S/H ;) You can treat S/H as adjustment layers (which I use a lot) by copying your entire image to a new layer and apply S/HMessage 1 of 4 , Jul 12, 2006View SourceOn 11 Jul 2006 at 23:14, yuval levy wrote:
>Well, I would definitely miss S/H ;)
> > Is it correct that the Shadow/Highlight adjustment
> > is not available as
> > an adjustment layer? (I wish it was!)
> I am afraid you are correct. But if you become
> proficient with the curves tool, you won't miss it.
You can treat S/H as adjustment layers (which I use a lot) by copying your entire image
to a new layer and apply S/H to it. Then you can apply a Layer mask to that layer to
control where S/H should be applied. And you could adjust the Layer fill or transparency
(never see much difference between them..) and blend mode. If you need different S/H for
different areas you could just add a new layer/mask for each.
Layers and masks are great :)
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