Join Jan Kabili for an in-depth discussion in this video Getting creative with split-toning, part of Learning Lightroom CC.
- [Instructor] Split toning can give you…some really interesting color tinting effects.…Let's try it on a black and white image.…It works on a color photo, too.…This is the black and white photo that we converted…from color in the last movie.…To apply split toning, I'll click the Edit button…and in the column of editing controls,…I'll go to the Effects panel.…At the top of the Effects panel is the Split Toning button.…If you click that, that opens the Split Toning panel here.…The Split Toning panel has two circles.…
The circle on the left represents the shadow…or dark tones in the image,…the circle on the right, the highlight…or lighter tones in the image.…Let's start with the circle on the left…and drag that to a color tint.…For example, taking it here between orange and yellow…applies a sepia tone to the shadow areas,…and sometimes that's all you need for a nice sepia tint.…If I move over toward the blue area,…it looks more like a cyanotype.…Or I can make the shadows violet.…
You can choose any color that you like.…
- Adding photos from your computer or phone
- Working with the editing controls
- Adjusting lighting and color
- Removing objects
- Getting great looks with presets
- Adding lighting effects
- Controlling colors
- Copying edits to other photos
- Organizing and sharing your photos
Skill Level Beginner
Editing Macro Flower Photographswith Susan Varnum49m 50s Intermediate
Using the exercise files1m 11s
1. Getting Started
2. Improving Your Photos
3. Editing Part of a Photo
4. Creative Photo Editing
5. Organizing and Sharing
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