Correcting colors in the HSL panel


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Correcting colors in the HSL panel

In the last chapter we focused on making global adjustments to this photo, adjustments that affect the entire photo. In this chapter we'll zero in on some targeted adjustments starting with adjusting particular colors in this photo, using these sliders in the HSL panel. I'll open the HSL panel by clicking on its title bar. Here you can see that there are three tabs. You can use the sliders in these tabs to adjust any or all of the three major properties of color in Lightroom: Saturation, which refers to the intensity of Color; Hue, which means the actual color; and Luminance, which means the brightness of color.

One of the colors that jumps out at me in this photo is the blue in the sky and down here in the reflection of the sky. I'd like to lower the intensity of blue everywhere that it occurs in this image. So I'm going to go over to the HSL panel and I'll click on the Saturation tab. Now I could just come down and try dragging the blue slider over to the left to re...

Correcting colors in the HSL panel
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Correcting colors in the HSL panel provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Enhancing a Landscape Photo with Lightroom

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