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Dec 14, 2017 22:44 |  #1711

vinnieboy wrote in post #18518202 (external link)
Well currently i just have LR which honestly I don't have much clue about. Complete rookie in the PP stuff.. but I have decided to give it a try. Thanks for the explanation though.

Play with curves. You will notice that there are separate Red, Green and Blue curves.

The HSL adjustments also give you access to color adjustments.

You can also use the color toning tools which are usually used with monochrome images on color images.

Capture One has incredibly powerful color tools. Even PS doesn't have a tool like the advanced color editor.

PS has a huge selection of powerful methods available.

And if you want an inexpensive but still quite good program that is like Photoshop, check out Affinity Photo.


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Dec 15, 2017 02:21 as a reply to  @ F2Bthere's post |  #1712

Thanks a lot F2Bthere .. thanks for getting me started!


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Feb 03, 2018 16:31 |  #1716

A recurring question has been how to get the Black Bars - here is a Ps tutorial that is less than 30 seconds.
I adapted to PS Elements.


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Sep 26, 2018 14:40 as a reply to  @ shutterpat's post |  #1720

I like it, shutterpat. I assume that the side blur was added in Photoshop?


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May 03, 2019 06:49 |  #1724

Bearmann wrote in post #18716825 (external link)
I like it, shutterpat. I assume that the side blur was added in Photoshop?

^^ Yessir :-) ^^


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