ADD DEPTH TO YOUR PHOTOS IN 3 STEPS. Adobe Photoshop 2020 Dodge and Burn Tutorial

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ADD DEPTH TO YOUR PHOTOS IN 3 STEPS. Adobe Photoshop 2020 Dodge and Burn Tutorial

by | Mar 12, 2020 | Adobe Photoshop Tutorials | 0 comments

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In this video I use Photoshop’s High-Pass Filter to quickly dodge and burn and increase depth in my photo. The steps are very easy to follow.
Learn how to automatically and naturally dodge and burn your images to bring out the dimension, depth and structure that already exists in the image.
This tutorial will be done using Adobe Photoshop 2020 but you can follow along even if you use Photoshop CC.

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