This effect emphasizes one element of your image by brightening the object you’d like to draw attention to.  This tutorial is modeled after the Photoshop Elements 7 Smart Brush.

Duplicate the Reverse High Noon Effect in Photoshop Elements

  • Select the area of your image you’d like to emphasize.
  • Add a Brightness/Contrast Adjustment Layer by clicking on the half-black half-white circle on the Layers Palette.  Adjust the Brightness slider to 100, or until you achieve the desired effect.
  • Adjust the opacity of the Adjustment Layer to taste.

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Create a Reverse High Noon effect in Photoshop Elements

Create a Reverse High Noon effect in Photoshop Elements


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