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A Quick Look at Curves Adjustments in Photoshop


Curves is a versatile Adjustment Layer in Photoshop. It allows you to brighten or darken your photos and to add contrast. With Curves, you can even adjust color, create matte effects and so much more. If you aren’t familiar with Curves Adjustments, this post will help you get started. In it, we’ll take a quick look at Curves Adjustments in Photoshop so you can learn a few essentials and get started using them on your own photos.

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  • Becky

    Morgan, this was great!! I use curves all the time but have many friends who find Curves intimidating! I’m sharing this tutorial with them! Thank you for all you do!!!

    • morganburks

      Becky, thank you so much for taking the time to watch and to leave me a comment. I am so thrilled that you found the video helpful enough to want to pass along! I appreciate your shares as well as your kind words! <3

  • Melissa

    Thank you so much for the tutorial! I have used curves but not to its full capability… this has helped a lot to see more of it potential! Thank you again!

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