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Apr 02, 2017 10:07 |  #16

Simplistic wrote in post #18316867 (external link)
I have a question: Did you do anything special to match color temps between flash and the practical lights inside? I've tried this type of shot and gotten horrible results with color temp differences..

What I've found is that, once I've gotten the white balance as close as possible for the overall scene, I can go into the HSL panel and tweak colors using the H, S or L sliders on a color by color basis. In Lightroom it applies to the whole image. In photoshop it can be applied via layers to specific areas.


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Apr 04, 2017 12:29 |  #17

That is a very nice shot, I'd hang that on my wall if I were them. Nice work!


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Apr 25, 2017 03:01 |  #18

I actually don't mind the 1st photo that you posted. If you must make the building vertical, make sure you stretch the photo vertically to bring the couple back to their previous height.


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