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Sample Project In this project, we will walk you through a quick example workflow. This example will demonstrate how you can enhance your images using a preset only workflow and the apply button. We will be working with 2 presets that come with Adjust.
We want to give this image a quick POP by enhancing the color and detail. For this example we will be working only with the presets. So let’s get started. 1. Open your image in Photoshop (or another compatible host program) and go to Filters -> Topaz Labs ->Adjust 5. 2. Once your image loads click on the Reset All button to clear any applied adjustments. 3. Use the zoom tools to zoom in on a specific part of your image. Then you can click on the preview and drag it around until you find an area that you like. 4. Go to your Effects / Presets panel on the left side of the screen and select the Classic Collection from the Effects Menu.
When first getting into Adjust you may want to explore all of the effect collections and their associated presets before jumping into the workflow. This will give you a better idea of the various effects that you can achieve.
Tutorial 5. Scroll through the Preset list and find the Photo Pop preset. To select it, just click on it and the sliders will automatically adjust to the pre-defined settings and parameters.
Workflow This preset is going to increase the adaptive exposure while adding a pop of color and detail to the image. 6. Use the spacebar shortcut key to compare your before/after image in the preview window.
Tutorial 7. Next, click the “Apply” button to save the current preset selection. This will allow us to stack presets to create our overall effect.
Please Note: Once you click the “Apply” button that your applied adjustments cannot be undone. You would need to cancel out of the program in order to reset your image.
11. Clcik the “OK” button to process your changes and save your image back to Photoshop. And that’s it! During your workflow you are welcome to stack as many preset effects as you’d like. You can also go to the Tool panel and make manual adjustments using the sliders. This will allow you to customize the settings to best fit your image. If you find that the overall effect is too strong or heavy on your image then visit the Finishing Touches tab and select the Transparency option.
8. Now it is time to add the second preset. Go back to the Effects menu and select the Vibrant Collection. 9. Once the presets load, scroll through and find the Crisp preset and click on it to apply it.
The Crisp preset is going to give you crisp details that are more defined. It is also going to slightly increase the saturation in your image and spread it over more regions...for a little more color variation which helps create a nice Crisp POP.
By increasing the transparency slider you can make overall effect more transparent and lessen how heavily it is applied to your image.
10. Use the spacebar shortcut key to compare your before/after image in the preview window.
This is a great way to tone down effects so that your image does not appear over-enhanced.
Don’t forget that you can use the shortcut keys in Topaz Adjust to speed up your workflow.
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After Topaz Adjust
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