Join Chris Orwig for an in-depth discussion in this video Improving a sunrise silhouette, part of Lightroom Classic CC: Creative Color.
- [Instructor] Let's look at another example…of using the Radial filter…except this time rather than removing color…we'll look at how we can use the tool…in order to add and improve the color…that we have in the photograph.…This image is a self-portrait…that I captured out in the desert in California…early one morning as the sun was rising.…And what I want to do is I want to change…the color temperature of the sky…so go to the Basic panel…and cool this off by dragging the temperature slider…to the left.…That gives us these nice cool tones…then maybe add a little bit of contrast…that will deepen the silhouette that we have there,…deepen some of those colors up top.…
It also add a little bit of vibrance there,…maybe even saturation.…Well at this point we have really nice cool tones…in the top of the image…but let's say that we want to bring back or bring out…some of our colors below.…How can we do that?…Well, to do that we'll use the Radial filter.…Go ahead and click on the icon for the Radial filter.…Next, we want to zero everything out…
- 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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