TRhoads wrote in post #18485091
A couple I am working on for a client...would like to feedback...WB was tricky as hell...and then on top of that, the two sides of this model home are decorated in opposing color pallets...but the web/marketing guy wants the color tones to be similar in the final output images!
So I am trying to get the cooler one to match the warmer one...warmer side is the top.
Looking nice Travis. Some things I would try to do:
1. If possible clone or crop out the distracting plant leaf sticking into the frame on the right.
2. Lasso the fridge and apply an HSL adj layer and desaturate cyan and blue. Set desaturation level to taste.
3. Lasso the lower panels of the pantry doors and apply HSL adj layer and desaturate cyan, blue, magenta. Set desaturation level to taste.
4. a) Create a new layer. b) set layer mode to color. c.) select a good reprentative brown from the cabinets. d.) paint the brown color on the pantry doors to force the hue to be consistent. e.) set layer opacity to taste.
Use above techniques to solve color bleeding and color variations in coffered ceiling.
As an alternative or supplement to Gene’s helpful WB fix suggestion, I always give the average-blur WB correction method try, as it can fix a lot as well.