Join Chris Orwig for an in-depth discussion in this video Finding and using third party presets, part of Lightroom Classic CC 2015: Creative Color.
- [Instructor] In this movie…I want to take a look…how we can begin to find and use…third party presets…and here we'll talk about…how we can integrate those…into our overall Lightroom color workflow.…Now, there are so many…different presets out there;…some of them are free,…some of them cost something,…and rather than showing you everything,…I want to highlight a few…that I found to be useful myself.…To do that, I'll go ahead…and open my web browser here,…and you'll notice I have some tabs…which we will be walking through.…The first group of presets I want to highlight…are put out by the folks at VSCO.…
It's a VSCO.co,…and there you can find…that they have presets…which emulate different film looks.…Now these are actually pretty sophisticated…and, as I mentioned,…these are wildly popular.…And I think the reason they're popular…is because they really help you…to expand your creativity…and create unique looks in your photographs.…Now that being said,…they aren't cheap…so before you buy anything,…you obviously want to do some research…
- 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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