Join Chris Orwig for an in-depth discussion in this video Challenge: HSL, part of Lightroom Classic CC: Creative Color.
- [Narrator] Welcome to the HSL challenge for this chapter.…For this challenge,…we will be working with two different photographs.…The first one is a portrait…and your goal is to create a look like this.…And the second one is an image of a little hilltop town,…in Italy, called Volterra,…and the goal is to create a look like this.…Now let me show you what you're going to start with,…over here, you can see this is the original file.…And with this original file of the portrait,…what I'm noticing about that is that the skin…has a little bit too much yellow and orange in it.…
So I want you to create a look…which has more of this porcelain kind of look to it,…so that we have the color in the eyes and the lips…brought out, and some of those other colors taken down.…You'll start off with this original file here,…with the aim of trying to create something like this.…For the next one,…you'll be working with this original file here,…and what you'll be trying to do is to take this image,…and just have some fun with it.…What I want you to try to do is work with your HS controls…
- Using the core color tools
- Changing a background color
- Painting in a new hair color
- Working on a landscape
- Fine-tuning color with split toning
- Working with the HSL controls
- Creating your own color presets
- Finding and managing third-party color presets
- Crafting unique color looks
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Basic Panel Color Controls
2. Selective Color Adjustments
3. Split Toning
Solution: Split toning4m 15s
4. The Power of HSL
6. Crafting Unique Color Looks
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