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Sep 16, 2016 09:59 |  #16

joooowan wrote in post #18128523 (external link)
Leaving this here in case anyone is slow like me to figure things out.


I'm editing some pictures right now and I'm thinking of different ways to deal with tungsten light color casting and I don't know why I haven't figured this out yet. Just move the yellow slider's saturation down and adjust the luminescence in lightroom on the base exposure, goes such a long way.

I have to do a lot of color corrections like this since I shoot so many luxery log cabin types of homes. The orange/yellow colors with the tunsten light KILLS the OOC photos.

Color temp adjustment brushes are also really nice.


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Sep 16, 2016 10:18 |  #17

seaLere wrote in post #18129952 (external link)
I have to do a lot of color corrections like this since I shoot so many luxery log cabin types of homes. The orange/yellow colors with the tunsten light KILLS the OOC photos.

Color temp adjustment brushes are also really nice.

Often just brushing an problem area and then reducing saturation in the brushed area will solve color problems.


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