Monday, April 4, 2011

Lightroom help:: a dead grass trick {94}

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No, not all photoshoots take place when it's warm and the grass is green, so you just have to improvise. :) Above is the edited image, and below is the image straight out of camera. Does anything jump out to you?

Um yes, that grass was blah. BUT - you can manually change individual colors of RAW images in  Lightroom. Go to the HSL / Color / B&W  tab and click color. If you're dealing with dead grass, click on the orange or yellow and adjust the Hue, Saturation, and Luminance until you find something that resembles healthier grass. :) Be careful, though, that these adjustments aren't messing with the skin tones of your subjects!

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