this full image will be totally converted into a grace scale, in this way.
if you want in grace scale mode.
if you want to change the mode.
if you want index mode, it can be in index mode also.
normally, you don't have to use index mode.
index colour is used in lab printing.
we normally work in rgb mode,cmy lab colours.
in this way, different modes are available.
we have to work only in rgb mode.
after that in image, it has adjustment.
in adjustment, first option is brightness and contrast.
you can set brightness and contrast of image.
in this way, you can increase brightness
increase or decrease in contrast.
sometimes image is dark.
in that case this option is used.
see this image, we will increase its brightness little bit.
see, the image is glowing and became dark.
in this way, the brightness and contrast is adjusted.
level has same thing
you have to set its input and output level.
as we will increase input level
see this is becoming dark and sharp.
after increasing this much.
from here, we will increase output level making it more darker.
but if we will increase from this side, see this is becoming white in this way.
in this way, you can sharp the image
lets decrease this little bit.
normally, what happens in output level, increases or decreases the brightness level of full image.
but the sharpness of image is increased or decreased by input level.
image has curves options.
same thing, we can do with the curves
click here and add point drag upwards little bit, see the image is opening
now i will add one more point here and bring this downwards.
see the image has become sharp in this way.
hope, you are able to understand me
it gives negative effect
which means, adjustment is used for colour effect of any type.
adjustment always changes colour affects.
next comes exposure, increase from here,
Again the same thing, we can increase or decrease offset.
see this, we can make sharp images in this way.
this thing is appreciated very much while printingm
after that adjustment has vibrance.
vibrance, is also used to darkness and sharpness.
see this has become like a burned.
in this way, you can use this.
after it comes hue saturation and lightness.
to change colour of object in any image, it is a best tool.
let's do one thing,
let's take one more image!
Here from the magnetic lasso tool, I will select this portion.
now, in image hue / saturation.
here, first of all you have to turn on colourization.
after turning it on, select colour from hue, suppose take yellow colour for this or blue.
see darkness of colour is increased as we will increase saturation.
in this way, decrease the lightness.
see in this way, you can change sharpness and lightness.
click ok, saw?
After that comes colour balance in adjustment. okay?
from here, i am taking the sign towards red.
see the colour is set in this way.
let's add a little bit of yellow.
to balance the colour, colour balance is used.
if you want to turn full image into black and white or to any selected thing
so this is used.
let's take this image to turn Black and white.
i have selected this much portion. It
will turn black and white from adjustments.
see it has converted into black and white totally, and even in this you can make changes okay?
if you want to turn this into a particular colour then this is very useful.
for example, this thing is very convenient, let's turn full image into black and white from here.
Here, the tint option is given below down there.
as soon as you turn on tint option, your image will be converted into a single colour.
Also, change hue little bit from here so that you can change the colour properly in this way.
in many things like flyers, photoshop, your website many more place.
in this way by keeping such images you can make your design attractive.
Adjustments and adjustment layers can change the hue and saturation of a photo, as well as the levels, contrast, curves, and colour balance, among other things.
The amount of colours that can be displayed in an image is determined by the image mode, which can also affect the image's file size. Four picture modes are available in Photoshop Elements: RGB, bitmap, grayscale, and indexed colour.
While most of these changes are available in the Image menu (Image->Adjustments), they do not behave the same way when used from there. The primary distinction is that these are applied to the image directly (destructively), rather than through Adjustment Layers.