Learn how to do vibrancy masking in Photoshop. You’ll learn how to increase saturation with the Channel Mixer and then use Vibrancy masking to control whether you want it to affect the vibrant or non-vibrant areas. This technique works amazingly well for landscapes and it’s a great when you want to get the most intense and vibrant colors you can from your photo.
First off: I am a longtime subscriber to your blog — THANK YOU !!!!
HEADS UP: I am unable to see the video/video player for this tutorial…. All I see is the title, the description, the social media icons, etc. No video player even shows.
Here’s a direct link to the tutorial: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtGzv3psU3s
I tested other tutorials to see if I had the same problem…. and I am successfully seeing the videos in every other tutorial I visit.
ALSO, ANOTHER HEADS UP: the video for this tutorial that is embedded in the email is showing an error and the video is missing. Player shows w/ error. I notice this happens from time to time. The player in the email provided the direct youtube link.
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Thanks for the tip and kind comment! Video has been fixed and we’ll keep an eye on the subscription videos.
Thanks a lot, useful tuts
Fabulous! Thanks for this great technique.
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