Local adjustments work a bit differently on a touch device. Work with the same local adjustment tools from a tablet, picking up quick tips for working with the touch interface and locating the hidden options.
Okay, regional adjustments on the IPad. So if we jump back to the IPad, I get my dumb. So in this case, let's take, uh, we'll grab this little industrial image. We've got the same over here on this side. You've got the healing brush which works exactly the same. You can change the mode from healing to clone Just the size of the brush, the feather of the brush, which is really a nice you can see like that what that hard edge really would look like in the capacity of the brush. How strong that effect be. The, um that little dot right there below the healing brush is to activate yourself into the local of brush the local regional area. So great aunts in the brush, the plus sign in the upper left corner. You hit that and there you can see the local brush the radio ingredient. If I choose the radiant I now just use my finger to click and drag and you could see I've got the grading coming down. If I touched the square in the middle, it turns the overlay on and off. So if you have the overly ...
on, you're not going to see the effect that's that's one of the little tricks that happens is just be like nothing's happening. It's on, Leigh read. You turn that off Over here on this side, you've got the eraser to pull it out. Or if you want to delete the radiant, you just hit the delete key and it'll was lead it out. So we're gonna add that and we'll put the grating back in. And then over here, I've got my exposure for the radiant contrast. Punch the highlights up. Drop my blacks. It's increased the saturation. So I got that exact same control for the radiant detail slider. I want to increase or decrease noise. So these are the same features I have in classic CC desktop version and the I phone there, just in the bottom of the IPhone, instead of on the side or on my android, fill in at the bottom. The one that's a little bit more work is the local brush, because we've got a couple of things going on with size to resize the brush. Because if we have a radio, we that radio I could just drag and resize the pieces I hold it. Just grab with one of those edges, just like I did before. I just grab the corner edge on the radio that I want to get rid of. Over here is the feather on the Grady in Sexy. As I move my finger up, the grating gets thinner as I move my finger down the grating. Sorry, the feather gets harder, I'm moving up, it gets softer. And if you look on the left side, that third icon down, you could see it changes this relative strength of the feather. So the key is you got to get a hold of that. And that's why, for me like that, my little fat fingers sometimes misses. That's a little bit of the frustration is not in the tool. The tool always does a great job of that, but the local brushes the same way. When you make the brush, that top one just is the size of the brush. The second option hoops second option sighs. There you there's the feather on the brush. So you've got it when you're working with the get rid of all those when you're working with that local brush and I'm gonna paint this area here. Part of the work is to get that feather done, the size and the feathering done before you start working the brush that comes in once you've got that adjustment made, click on your target to turn the overlay off, and now we've got our exposure adjustments. And again, if I come in and click on my eraser, I can come in and erase the effect out of River. It needs to be unlike the IPad pro that's got that pencil you can get wickedly sharp into that cause the pen tip is so small, and that's I'm working with. Like most of my artist's career, I'm working with the eight box Creole a big and fat around not bucks. So But if you've got the fine tip, I mean, if you taking all the tip of a watt campaign, which is like the pencil, that tip of that pin is barely gonna hit anything on the screen. And if I got a small enough brushed, I'm gonna get it on a real fine detail layer. So if you've got one of the newer tablets, it has a pen. You'll get really, really great detail in there, but it's just that little bit of what you gotta hold that button down on the left side. To make that adjustment. You can't click on it and then make the adjustment. It's a hold and then move up and down to actually make the adjustment on the size. Once you get the pen, how you want to get the just how you want, you want to hit the done button and then that commits the transforming the instructions to go in and get you out of the local tool adjustment. Have any questions about that little adjustment piece? Sorry, that last part that you did what were what tool did you use in order to get that used a race of something? Oh, so in the local adjust books, local adjustment in the brush. So I painted and I have gotten kind of crazy like that. The second button down is the erasure, and then I just go over and it works just like the eraser would in classic. I'm just erasing the effect that I over painted. Do you have to? Whether that to the amount your race, you can't feather that. So if I'm on the eraser now, And if I click on the feather, you can see I could affect the strength of the feather of the eraser. So the eraser is literally the other side of the pain it has independent of what I set for the brush so I could have a sharp eraser and a highly feathered brush. But I have to tell it, How big should the eraser be? How big should the brush B and house used to be their independent of each other? Okay, any other questions about the local adjustment? The best way to get to handle on that is getting image you don't care anything about. You have no emotional attachment to but has stuff to paint paint. Adjust mata mask on auto mask off, erase all option practice on something you don't care about. You have no attachment, whether it looks good, and you could just learn the tool. But learning to use the brush quickly and efficiently is just practice. There is no shortcut. There is no secret. There is no anything you can buy. There is no vacation. You can go on. There is no trek to search for a minimalist lifestyle cleaning out the junk drawer. Now that's gonna help. It's just practice. Okay, Question from the audience. Sorry, just to clarify. Is there a history I know earlier we're talking about? If you could go, you could delete a point or you could reset back to the beginning. Is there a history where you can go back? To a certain point, there's not a history that exists, like in light room, where we have the full credit in history. There is a little bit of history, like if I, I could go back to reset to import the adjustments, but I can't go back and say Go back seven steps like that that history is not not in the program.
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