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The bigger hammer

The script implements Dan Margulis' concept, The Bigger Hammer, from his book Modern Photoshop Color Workflow, Chapter 10. Please consult this book for examples and details on using the script. The script is useful for enhancing details in highlights and/or shadows.

Highlight from selection (German/English)

ResultThis script adds a filter for highlighting the contents of a selection by adding blur and desaturation (both optional) to the layer’s other contents (it creates a new layer for that).

Dodge & Burn layer

This simple script add a new layer on top of the image filled with neutral grey and in overlay mode. You can use this layer with the dodge and burn tool to work on shadows and highlights without destroying datas.

Low Frequency Even ver 1.1 (UPDATED)

This plugin removes low frequency brightness and color differences from image. It's dedicated for creating textures for computer graphic from photos. But it shuld be usefull for other puroses too.

Automated dodge and burn

This is an automation script to dodge and burn the highlights and shadows.

Split tone

Uses one colour for the highlights and another for the shadows. The following photo was created using the default colours:

Before:
Split tone - before

After:
Split tone - after

Shadows&Highlight

This Shadow&Highlight script does a decent job of lightening shadows and/or darken highlights in photographs. The UI gives you five control sliders. Two for control of the Shadow and Highlight amount (opacity), two for the tonal width of each contrast mask layer (using gamma), and one for the blur radius of the masks. Plus the option to flatten visible layers when done.

Shadows and Highlights

This plugin does a pretty good job of eliminating shadows and highlights in photographs. It gives you two layers that basically act like adjustment layers, and changing the opacity will alter the effect.

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