Apa itu Pengeditan Non-Merusak? | Tutorial Photoshop | PHLEARN

Hari ini kami menunjukkan kepada Anda bagaimana alur kerja non-destruktif dapat membantu melindungi pekerjaan Anda, menghemat waktu Anda yang berharga, dan memberi Anda lebih banyak fleksibilitas daripada perintah Undo standar di Photoshop! Ikuti terus saat Aaron Nace menyunting gambar yang sama menggunakan dua alur kerja yang sangat berbeda – satu alur kerja yang merusak dan yang mengikuti metode PHLEARN non-destruktif yang kami patenkan.

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35 Replies to “Apa itu Pengeditan Non-Merusak? | Tutorial Photoshop | PHLEARN”

  1. me33

    Would be even faster if you select the dress and then paint it or just fill it with white 😊 wouldnt have to be careful with the edges

  2. Daniel Finchum

    There are certain filters like “liquify” ( and plug in filters like NIK effects, etc) that won’t work unless you “stamp the image”.(cont’l alt shift +E). If you do this even after converting it to a smart object you cannot go to lower layers and make adjustments. How do you get around this?

  3. KreygScott

    Years later PHLEARN continues to offer the best content in Photoshop editing. Well done mate. Thanks for sharing.

  4. bunty malhotra

    Good tutorial! I want to ask 1 thing. Please suggest me how can I see thumbnail of psd file in open dialogue box in photoshop cc?

  5. M R

    Phlearn's Pro tutorials are absolutely amazing and detailed. If you want to learn Photoshop the right way, Phlearn is the Princeton of Photoshop education.

  6. Cooper DMselector

    Aaron. using an adjustment layer to color will respect the shadows and highlights of the original image. So you will not be forced to dodge and burn after coloring for realism.
    Btw, I learned about the adjustment layers from you Aaron. So thanks.

  7. jimbobaroobud

    11:17 PLEASE, stop using these B camera shots. They are SO annoying. Every time you look into the camera, there is a feeling of connection. Every time you use the other camera without looking into it, I keep wondering who is behind me that you think is more important. You need to be my teacher and not a 1990s bank commercial.

  8. Tony H

    Great video, only 1 complaint.
    What happened to the bloopers at the end, there were none. That drops you from a perfect A+ down to a C grade
    We expect better from you Aaron next time it's a note to your mama.

  9. Vini Feijó

    I mean… non-destructive should be the most basic approach to any kind of editing.

    It's absurd how many professional editors apply everything direct on the original layer, rasterized.
    This is an almost unacceptable workflow, a big failure.

    I mean… if we are going to work destructetively, then get rid already of the ctrl+z… right?!

    Smart object, smart filters, layer masks and adjustment layers. It's not hard at all.

  10. TTTV

    Another method to supplement this: If you are using filters or FX, change the layer to a smart object, so you can adjust the settings non destructively.


    I already use layers but I like this colouring technique with the color hue, and mask it's a much quicker a realistic approach

  12. Ivan Ivanov

    You can't do non destructive retouching in Photoshop. Non destructive is when you can make an image grading, retouch that, than switch the grading below the retouch and everything is updated.

  13. Syd's Room

    Took me years to realize I was editing in a bad colour space in Photoshop.
    After seeing this video I have just realized I have been editing wrong too.
    Back to beginners tutorials for me 😀

  14. John Banda

    He did use the colour blend mode for the destructive one instead of the hue blend mode lol. I wonder if it was to get his point across more since the dress colour would be slightly different. But generally speaking, non destructive is the best, also yeah, adding more than a 100 history states in photoshop. Awesome video.

  15. Jbecerra Photography

    Amazing video thanks for sharing the advantage of non-destructive edit and the most important how we need to save them for future edits thanks again and greetings from the Bay area California

  16. dunnymonster

    Same applies to using filters, always convert the layer to a smart object. That way you can alter the values of any filter if you change your mind. Not doing so bakes the values of the filter used permanently, into the layer which means you would have to delete the layer and start all over again 😊

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