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| p.1 #5 · Help with solid background - Using Aperture |
This is my first attempt at using a solid background. It's in my garage with natural light coming in through the door. What could I do in post processing to get the background whiter? I'm using Aperture.
Lightening parts of an image (dodging) in Aperture 3 can be accomplished by either brushing in where you'd like to Dodge the image or, if you're looking to make selective color adjustments, brushing in those adjustments. Describing these procedures step-by-step would be tedious, best to just watch someone show you how it's done...
Using Brushes in Aperture 3 - YouTube:
...the brush techniques are all non-destructive, editable, and even reversible, and (as demonstrated in the video tutorial) they solve the problem of universal color shifts that goosemang mentions.
That these techniques prove insufficient for your needs there are several developers, like NIK, Topaz, OnOne, etc. providing masking plugins for Aperture 3. No need to throw your money away with the borrow-ware/rentware offerings from Adobe, IMHO.
I hope this helps!