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Feb 06, 2011 14:48 |  #1

hey guys,

I'm interested in getting this kind of image tone https://photography-on-the.net …p=11758035&post​count=7112. so I messaged the poster and he shared his settings, but he did it in Photoshop and I only have Lightroom 3. can anyone teach me how to get the same result in LR?

here's the setting the poster used. http://dajli.com/pp.pn​g (external link)

I notice that he increased the Red, Green, and Blue slides, but in LR there's Hue, Saturation, and Luminance under HSL/Color/B&W. and there are also other slides for those colors under Camera Calibration. so which is which?

it'll also be great if you guys can explain what the original poster did (increase saturation, change the tone curve, etc.)

and here's a sample image I'm trying to work on.

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Feb 06, 2011 18:43 |  #2

Use your adjustment brush on the sky and water set for about -1.35 exposure with auto mask checked and another one on rocks set for -.35.
Should get you in the ballpark. ;)


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Feb 06, 2011 19:11 |  #3

And, for that kind of "processed" look, you do want to really learn about the HSL panel. In the links you posted, work was done on the colors to tweak their tones using tools that aren't replicated, but you can get a wide variety of effects as you learn to tweak the Hue, Saturation and Luminance of your colors.

I'd say it would help you to take some "targeted" Lightroom tutorials on the use of the HSL panel. You could probably pick up some good "tips" from the Kelby site LightroomKillerTips.co​m, but I'd look for some specific tutorials from Lynda.com as well.

And then spread your search -- I googled "lightroom HSL tutorials" that turned up some good results (including ones from Lynda):

http://www.google.com …urceid=ie7&rlz=​1I7ADRA_en (external link)


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