Mastering Color in Photoshop CS4: Creative ColorLesson 1: Introduction with Matt Kloskowski Duration: 1 hour 55 minutes Lesson 1: Introduction Lesson 2: The Basics: All the Color Theory You Need in 5 Minutes Lesson 3: The Basics: Color in Photoshop vs. Color in Camera Raw Lesson 4: Color Correction: Fixing Color in Camera Raw, 1 Lesson 5: Color Correction: Fixing Color in Camera Raw, 2 Lesson 6: Color Correction: Selective Color Correction Lesson 7: Color Correction: Matching Color in Multiple Images, 1 Lesson 8: Color Correction: Matching Color in Multiple Images, 2 Lesson 9: Enhancing Color: Getting the Heavy Lifting Done in Camera Raw Lesson 10: Enhancing Color: Adding Vibrance and Saturation Lesson 11: Enhancing Color: Selective Color Enhancement Lesson 12: Enhancing Color: Enhancing Color with Focus Lesson 13: Changing Color: Changing One Color to Another Lesson 14: Changing Color: Advanced Hue and Saturation Lesson 15: Changing Color: Changing the Overall Color Mood Lesson 16: Removing Color: Creating a Great Black and White Lesson 17: Removing Color: Split Toning and Tinting Black and Whites Lesson 18: Removing Color: Duotones and Quadtones Lesson 19: Conclusion Next Description Downloads This course will cover how to make color adjustments inside of Camera Raw and PhotoshopNo course objectives yetCourse Assets Matt KloskowskiMatt is the Vice President of Photography for onOne Software and a Tampa-based photographer. 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