A Look at Curves in Photoshop CS4

While this is NOT a curves tutorial exactly, if you have CS4 or are considering getting it, this is a look at the Curves Adjustment Layer in the new “Adjustment Panel.”

I hope you will learn a lot from this diagram I have made for you.  If you are wanting to actually learn CURVES, check out my 1 hour Online Workshop.  I actually teach in CS3 since so many have not upgraded yet.  But that along with this lesson, should have you on your way to enhancing photos using curves.

curves-dialog-in-cs4

Jodi Friedman, MCP Actions

Jodi Friedman is the founder of MCP Actions. She designs popular Photoshop actions and Lightroom presets that make editing faster, easier and more fun.

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  1. 1

    Katy G says

    Thanks for the tip…I have CS4 but haven’t gotten the courage to use it yet. It’s so much easier to use what I already know (CS2), but I know CS4 is probably much better to work with. Just need to find more online tutorials!

  2. 4

    says

    Hello,
    Just found you and this wealth of knowledge from Tina my little creations. Thank you for the freebies and all that you give. I don’t use actions but yours may change my mind. I just had to leave a comment like you asked and let you know that I will be back.

    THANK YOU!!!!!!

  3. 5

    Kelly Mendoza says

    I think the Curves layer (and probably Masks) are my fave new changes for CS4. That hand point tool where you place and drag on an image is wonderful.

  4. 6

    says

    I didn’t know about click and drag, that’s pretty neat! What I want to know is how did you get the small graph? I can’t figure out how to switch mine to the small squares!!!

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