How to customize color settings in Photoshop CS6 | lynda.com

This Photoshop CS6 tutorial details how to change color settings and modify color profiles in Photoshop. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Photoshop-tutorials/Photoshop-CS-Photographers/96307-2.html?utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=videoupload-96307-0301

This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter three of the Photoshop CS6 for Photographers course presented by lynda.com author Chris Orwig. The complete Photoshop CS6 for Photographers course has a total duration of 12 hours and 20 minutes, and discusses enhancing and retouching photos, including how to prepare them for print and online publishing

Photoshop CS6 for Photographers table of contents:

Introduction
1. Strategies for Learning
2. Getting Started with Bridge and Mini Bridge
3. Color Settings and Preferences
4. Foundations of Color Management
5. Getting Started with Photoshop
6. Understanding Digital Images
7. Working in Camera Raw
8. Utilizing Layers
9. Making Selection
10. Using the Masking Panel
11. Adding Custom Borders
12. Improving Your Images with Adjustments
13. Using Levels to Correct and Enhance
14. Making Color and Tone Adjustments with Curves
15. The Art of Blending Modes
16. Correcting Color
17. Enhancing Colors
18. Burning and Dodging
19. Converting to Black and White
20. Working with Filters
21. Removing Noise
22. Basic Image Cleanup
23. Correcting Distortion and Perspective
24. Combining Multiple Images
25. Sharpening Your Images
26. Getting Your Images Online
27. Desktop Printing
28. Working with Video
Conclusion



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7 Comments on “How to customize color settings in Photoshop CS6 | lynda.com”

  1. Well, the only problem is that, the Photoshop color settings wil be UNSYNCHRONIZED with others Adobe aplications… This would have to be done at the "Bridge" (I think)

  2. Had no problem with cs4. after upgrade to cs6 i notice the profile mismatch symbol is missing.
    also i,m using a d700 at the moment and since i had cs6 shadows are a mass of smudge and pretty much unusable, any suggestions… Thanks

  3. Had no problem with cs4. after upgrade to cs6 i notice the profile mismatch symbol is missing.
    also i,m using a d700 at the moment and since i had cs6 shadows are a mass of smudge and pretty much unusable, any suggestions… Thanks

  4. Thanks for the great tip. I never did anything to my colours before editing:)
    Thanks! I'm also wandering how to get my colours look more pastel, not washed out.
    Maybe you could help 🙂

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