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How can i achieve this color???

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Old 11-14-2009, 04:42 AM
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Re: How can i achieve this color???

I would usually use a gradient map for this kinda technique, I can also see the benefits of converting to CMYK and messing with the black channel.

I created an action that gives a colour cast to images, it applies a hue/sat layer to your midtones but keeps your original high sat colours in tact. You do need to have the TK luminosity masks and the TLR saturation masks installed however. The action is called "Q's Colour Cast, I can't save this out as a single action, so you'll have to download and install my full set of retouching actions, which comes in at a whopping 142kb -

Cheers and enjoy.

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Old 11-14-2009, 05:46 AM
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Re: How can i achieve this color???

Hey i have uploaded a file of how would i do (more or less) the same thing, at least the first steps. I hope you find it useful.

Playing with cmyk channes could also help as MacBurg said.

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