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Create a strong focal point with selective color (CS4/CS5/CS6/CC/CC 2014)

Added on Tuesday 2nd of December 2014 03:59 am EST
 

by Renee Dustman

Oftentimes you'll want to draw viewers' attention to just a portion of your image. One way to enhance your image's focal point is to isolate that portion of your image's color. We've got a quick-and-easy technique you can use so that just the important elements of your photo really stand out, such as the barn shown inFigure A.

Figure A: BEFORE

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AFTER

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To selectively isolate an image's color:

  1. Launch Photoshop and open any image or open our samp...
 
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