Color is one of the most important factors to think about when it comes to your photography. Using different colors in your photo can either make or break a great photo. This is why we have created the Mastering Color Essentials Video Course. In these videos, we are not just going to talk about white balance but we will also talk about many different tools and features that can instantly correct the colors in your photos as well as was to apply creative color edits.
Throughout this course, we are going to cover tons of tools in both Photoshop and Lightroom that you can use to greatly enhance your photos such as color balance, color match, using LUTs, split-toning, and many others. We will also cover real-world example edits such as creating light leaks, dramatic and film edits, and how to create Instagram-inspired looks.
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In this section, we go over the different types of color theories that you can apply to your photos to help all of the colors blend in nicely.
A lot of photographers think of using the Levels and Curves tools as just a way to add contrast to your photos but you can actually make some pretty advanced color grading effects. In this video, we will show you how.
Much like the Levels and Curves tools, most think that the HSL and Selective Color tools are just meant to enhance certain colors in your photos. While this is true, you can also greatly enhance photos, like portraits, simply using these tools.
LUTs (short for Lookup Tables) are great ways to apply a certain style edit to your photos. Sure you can do this with Photoshop Actions as well, but LUTs are great as well. In this video, we will show you how to create your own custom LUTs and load them into Photoshop.
Color Match is a great feature in Photoshop that will allow you to almost instantly match the colors of another image. This is great for when you are trying to composite images together.
Many photographers think that color grading effects can really only be done in Photoshop, but in this video, we will show you some of the awesome features in Lightroom that will allow you to color grade your images.
Photoshop has many ways of changing colors to certain parts of your images but in this video, I will go over how to do it manually with blending modes to give you the most control.
This video as all about creating Light Leak effects and well as creating custom bokeh from any image. This are great ways to create visual interest in your images using color.
Instagram was one of the first social media platforms to offer creative filters fo your images. In this video, we will show you how to mimic these looks using Lightroom.
Photoshop has many tools that are easy to use to help with your color effects. In this video, we will walk you through 3 different effects you can apply to your photos to give you the most variety as possible.
One of the most classic looks, especially in beach photography, is the orange and teal split toning look. This effect can certainly be done be using the split toning section but, in this video, we will show you how to do it a different way and how to get better results.
Ash any photographer or editor out there and they will most likely say that the cinematic look is one of there favorite looks to have in their photos. In this video, we will show you how to achieve this awesome film look in Lightroom even though this can also be done in Photoshop as well.
One of the best way to enhance your photos, especially your portrait photos, is to create or add the warm sun effect. In this video, we will show you how to do this effect in Photoshop which involves creating a custom sun.
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I have only just got this course,but already, it as shown me ways that are going to enhance my images greatly. I'm fairly comfortable with photoshop and lightroom and this course teaches ideas that other courses do not