Join Chris Orwig for an in-depth discussion in this video Solution: Creating a look, part 2, part of Lightroom Classic CC: Creative Color.
- Let's now take a look at the second image that was…provided for our challenge.…If you chose this one, let me show you the step-by-step…approach of how I would try to work on this photograph here.…The first step, of course, is to create a virtual copy.…Press Command+' on a Mac or Control+' on Windows.…The next, I'm going to go to my basic panel, also work…with split toning and HSL to craft the look.…So here in the basic panel, we'll start off by looking…at our color and our tint for our temperature white balance.…
It actually looks pretty good.…So I'm not going to really go there.…My exposure, I'll just brighten the image up just a touch,…add just a touch of contrast.…Most Raphaels benefit from a little bit of contrast.…They just feel a touch flat.…Shadows, let's bring up a little bit of detail there.…Whites, I'm also going to brighten the brightest white…in the image.…Just kind of elevator lift the image and then I'll darken…the deeper tones.…And, also going to soften the image by applying a little bit…of a negative clarity.…
- 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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