This urban desaturated effect has been growing in popularity especially on Instagram. In this Lightroom tutorial, you’ll learn the process behind creating your own urban desaturated look with the highlights, shadows, clarity, and tone curve adjustments.
In this Lightroom tutorial, you’ll learn how to create the red and blue duotone effect in Lightroom using two techniques. In the first technique, you’ll learn a quick and easy way of creating the color grading using the Split Toning adjustment. Next, you’ll learn how to do it with the Tone Curve adjustment. The Tone …
The tone curve is one of the most powerful yet underutilized tool in Lightroom. A large part of this is because it is not easy to learn. But with these interface changes, Adobe can make it much more intuitive.
Color grade in Lightroom like a pro. This chart lets you use the Tone Curve and HSL adjustments in Lightroom with better control and precision. It makes using the tone curve incredibly easy and lets you see exactly what colors you are achieving.
One of the most common effects on Instagram is the desaturated look that looks close to grayscale but not exactly. The reds and blues are still there but the rest of the colors are gray. This effect is used for fashion, rooftopping and all sorts of photos. An example of this is Jacqueline Mikuta’s Instagram. In this tutorial, I’ll show you the recipe to create this look easily.
Create your own random VSCO-style effect in Lightroom with these simple steps. This tutorial shows how you can mix a tone curve adjustment with completely random color adjustments to create your own film-like effect.
Kodak Ektar is a film popular for its gorgeous color characteristics. This Lightroom preset emulates the Kodak Ektar 100 Professional film with a slight blue-green tint in the shadows, natural brightness bump, and muted colors.
Masashi Wakui is popular for his captivating night photos of Japan. Wakui’s photos have this unique color effect that adds a touch of emotion to it. But what’s special is not the effect, but the technique used to create the effect. It involves just moving the existing nodes in the Tone Curve settings – you …