The Power of Curves Adjustment in Photoshop: 5 Tips for Enhancing Your Images


In this video, Lili Amanda from Portrait Creatives demonstrates how to use curves adjustment layers in Photoshop to enhance your images in a variety of ways. She covers five tips for using curves, including adjusting brightness and darkness, color adjustment, dodge and burn techniques, adding contrast, and blending options.

What You Can Learn

By following Lili Amanda’s tips, you can learn how to use curves adjustment layers to:

  • Adjust brightness and darkness in specific areas of an image
  • Use Curve to add color adjustment to create a certain style
  • Use dodge and burn techniques to enhance specific areas of an image
  • Add contrast to create a dramatic effect
  • Use blending options to control the effect of a curve adjustment layer

What’s Cool About the Video

Lili’s video is packed with helpful tips and techniques for using curves adjustment layers in Photoshop. Her clear explanations and visual demonstrations make it easy to follow along and understand how to use curves to enhance your images. Plus, she provides insights into how to use curves to create different styles, such as warm and cool tones.

Techniques, Tools, Adjustment Layers, and Filters

In this video, Lili uses a variety of techniques, tools, adjustment layers, and filters to demonstrate the power of curves adjustment layers in Photoshop. She shows how to use the following:

  • Curves adjustment layer
  • Eyedropper tool
  • Layer mask
  • Brush tool
  • Blending modes
  • Histogram
  • Dodge and burn techniques

Overall, Lili’s video is an excellent resource for anyone looking to improve their photo editing skills using curves adjustment layers in Photoshop.

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