Fine-tune colors in the HSL panel Lightroom 5


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Fine-tuning colors in the HSL panel

You can adjust a particular color wherever it appears in a photo using the sliders in the HSL panel. HSL stands for Hue Saturation and Lightness, the three properties that Lightroom uses to describe color. Here you can see a tab for each of those three properties. Saturation means the intensity of color and using the sliders in the saturation section of this panel I can change individual color ranges separately. So, let's say I want to make the yellows in the image less intense, but not affect the other colors. I'll take that yellow saturation slider and drag it over to the left. And that's desaturating the lemons.

But, notice that it's also desaturated yellow wherever else it appears in this image, here and here, and even the yellows in the basket and in the mat. And, if I take that slider and go the other way, all the yellows become more intense. I might increase the saturation of the yellows just a little bit like this. So, dragging that slider has affect...

Fine-tuning colors in the HSL panel
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Fine-tuning colors in the HSL panel provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Up and Running with Lightroom 5

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