Adding split toning to color photographs


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Adding split toning to color photographs

Let's take a look at how we can use the Split Toning Controls in order to modify the color of two different color photographs. We'll start off with this image here. Let's go ahead and jump straight to the Split Toning Panels. In the Split Toning Panels, one of the things that we've discovered is that we can have a low saturation amount and than we can select a color. Yet, sometimes when you try to select the color when you have low saturation, it's hard to really pick the color, because you can barely see it. Well, one way to see that more clearly is to hold down the Option key on a Mac, Alt key on Windows and then to click on the slider.

When you do that, it then takes this value to 100% and here you can see it's completely saturated. In this case, I want to add a little bit of a yellow effect into the highlights. So go ahead and find that yellow, then let go of Option or Alt, that will then take it back to that saturation level of 10. Next, in regards to the shad...

Adding split toning to color photographs
Video duration: 3m 49s 6h 17m Intermediate

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Adding split toning to color photographs provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Photographers: Camera Raw 7

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Photography
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Photoshop Camera Raw
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