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    Hey, how to get this lifestyle dreamy look/colors?

    http://sam-robinson.com/stills/boomc...se_miami_15-2/

    http://sam-robinson.com/stills/new-l...k-london-04-2/

    http://sam-robinson.com/stills/new-l...n-roadtrip-02/

    http://sam-robinson.com/stills/boomc...case_miami_14/

    Check out his other photos its almost the same dreamy look just little different tones, Plz Help!
    Last edited by llcooljozek; 04-15-2015, 09:56 AM.

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    Re: "Lifestyle Look"

    New adjustment layer, now either hue/sat or selective color and make reds, greens more yellow. Also, I see red shadows in one of them, so you might want to add some red/magenta by lowering the cyan slider under blacks in selective color and maybe increasing magenta.

    New adjustment layer, solid color, set to color and choose a sephia tone, then adjust opacity accordingly.

    I'd start there.

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    • #3
      Re: "Lifestyle Look"

      Originally posted by skoobey View Post
      New adjustment layer, solid color, set to color and choose a sephia tone, then adjust opacity accordingly.

      I'd start there.
      I'm not sure about sepia, but he's definitely tacked on the color photo filtering or something similar. You can tell by the overall cast.

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      • #4
        Re: "Lifestyle Look"

        First I desaturated the image a little, then color balanced, added red to shadows, and magenta to midtones.
        I chose a gradient colored with a creamy sepia tone, then gaussian blurred it to make it more subtle. Also I set the gradient to screen blending mode, and adjusted opacity to taste.

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