Adjusting a model's color temperature


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Adjusting a model's color temperature

2 So at this point, we have our model beautifully masked, as well as composited, against this new background. Just one little thing that's still bugging me, and this is pretty common, by the way. Especially, if you're taking an image that was captured using studio lights, and placing that image into an exterior environment. We have got a mismatch between the lighting. And I don't mean the direction of the lighting, because there is not really much we can do about that, except select images that are lit from the same direction in the first place.

Rather, our problem is that she's extremely warm, and the background is cool by comparison. So here is the simplest way to solve that problem. With the fleshtones layer selected, because, after all, it's the fleshtones more than anything else that we have to reconcile. Drop down to the fX icon at the bottom of the Layers panel, and go ahead and choose the Color Overlay command. That's going to make her totally red by default. T...

Adjusting a model's color temperature
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Adjusting a model's color temperature provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop Masking and Compositing: Fundamentals

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Design
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