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One way to paint realistic looking shadows non-destructively is to use the Exposure adjustment layer. Slide the Exposure slider to the left, until you get a dark color appropriate for the shadow in your scene. Then click on the Exposure adjustment layer mask and press Ctrl I (Mac: Command I) to invert the mask and hide the effect. Then use the brush tool and paint with white on the mask to paint in shadows.

Use The Exposure Adjustment Layer To Create Shadows

One way to paint realistic looking shadows non-destructively is to use the Exposure adjustment layer. Slide the Exposure slider to the left, until you get a dark color appropriate for the shadow in your scene. Then click on the Exposure adjustment layer mask and press Ctrl I (Mac: Command I) to invert the mask and hide the effect. Then use the brush tool and paint with white on the mask to paint in shadows.

You can crop an image using another image's dimensions as the measurements for the crop. To do so, open both images, then go to the image whose dimensions you want to copy, and go into the crop size menu and choose Front Image. Then go to the second document, and you'll see the crop tool active with the dimensions of the first image.

Use The Crop Tool's "Front Image" Option

You can crop an image using another image's dimensions as the measurements for the crop. To do so, open both images, then go to the image whose dimensions you want to copy, and go into the crop size menu and choose Front Image. Then go to the second document, and you'll see the crop tool active with the dimensions of the first image.

Click on any of the lock icons to the right of each of the Brush panel's panes to preserve the settings in that pane when you switch to another brush tip preset. For example, clicking on the lock to the right of Shape Dynamics, will allow you to retain those settings even if you switch to a totally different brush tip. Any unlocked panes will switch to the new brush tip's default settings.

Preserve Brush Settings While Switching Among Brush Tip Presets

Click on any of the lock icons to the right of each of the Brush panel's panes to preserve the settings in that pane when you switch to another brush tip preset. For example, clicking on the lock to the right of Shape Dynamics, will allow you to retain those settings even if you switch to a totally different brush tip. Any unlocked panes will switch to the new brush tip's default settings.

You can use a Vibrance Adjustment layer to increase the saturation of muted colors without overly saturating skin tones and already saturated colors.To do so, simply create a Vibrance adjustment layer and slide the "Vibrance" slider to the right accordingly.

Vibrance Adjustment

You can use a Vibrance Adjustment layer to increase the saturation of muted colors without overly saturating skin tones and already saturated colors.To do so, simply create a Vibrance adjustment layer and slide the "Vibrance" slider to the right accordingly.

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