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09/26/2005 07:46:43 PM · #1
I discovered the "curve" method of adjusting contrast in Photoshop....wow...what a difference!

Watch out now folks...here I come!!!!

: )

Message edited by author 2005-09-26 19:46:56.
09/26/2005 07:52:30 PM · #2
I think I've posted that it's the most powerful adjustment tool you have about 300 times ... : )

Welcome to the club!
09/26/2005 07:55:08 PM · #3
Where can I learn of this fabled tool?
09/26/2005 08:07:55 PM · #4
PS/CS2
09/26/2005 08:15:52 PM · #5
then it's only fair to warn you as well that I've shot the perfect photo for one of the open challenges tomorrow. Ribbon here I come ;)
09/26/2005 08:17:44 PM · #6
Curves is over-rated...I don't think I've used curves since...well, ever heh...no seriously, there are better methods, they just take longer.
09/26/2005 08:18:03 PM · #7
I have CS2. There's a section in the help file that covers adjusting contrast with curves?
09/26/2005 08:49:59 PM · #8
Is there a curves plug-in for Photoshop Elements 2.0 yet?
09/26/2005 08:54:03 PM · #9
Originally posted by thatcloudthere:

Is there a curves plug-in for Photoshop Elements 2.0 yet?

It's a third-party product, on a CD which accompanies a book on using Elements -- I think it's "Unlocking the Secrets of ..."

I don't know if you can still get the version 2 one though ...
09/26/2005 08:56:35 PM · #10
pBase gallery with some (sometimes extreme) examples.
09/26/2005 09:01:15 PM · #11
My favorite contrast adjustment method is Selective Color. Works in more situations more often than curves, brightness/contrast, or lightness channels. Of course, no one adjustment method always works 100% of the time, so it's better to keep a bunch of methods on hand and use what is effective for the situation you find yourself having to use.
09/26/2005 09:42:18 PM · #12
Curves is applied to about 99% of my photos, to some degree or another. USM, Selective Color, Hue/Saturation, and Channel Mixer are my other favorite adjustments.
09/26/2005 10:01:59 PM · #13
curves is the most useful tool for photoshop.

if you look in magazines theyll all tell you that as well.

It's a great one, my favorite.
09/26/2005 10:14:50 PM · #14
Curves can also be used for adjusting color as well. All you have to understand is the complimentary color scheme and you have lots of control there too.
09/26/2005 10:28:45 PM · #15
what is a good site to learn curves?
09/26/2005 10:35:38 PM · #16
I find experimenting is the best way to learn anything.

Btw, curves is also on ps7, if I remember correctly.
09/26/2005 10:47:18 PM · #17
yeah it's in a lot of photo editors actually. Like paint shop pro for example.
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