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  • Tulack
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    Re: How have these photos been colour graded

    Originally posted by AL23 View Post
    Thanks Tulack. A little confused by the curves on the first image. Raising red and green in the shadows should cancel each other out as they are opposites (same for the highlights). I can see for example that the reds have been raised more than the greens in the shadows. Would this mean there is an overall small increase in reds in the shadows? If so why would someone raise both the greens and reds instead of just raising the reds a small amount? Thanks again for your help
    All 3 curves were raised. Blue just a little more. Probably Luminance curve was raised to open shadows and then blue curve to grade. If you subtract luminance curve from it, grading would look like that.

    https://scontent-dft4-2.xx.fbcdn.net...cd&oe=5A7C52EB

    https://scontent-dft4-2.xx.fbcdn.net...39&oe=5A6ADC1F

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  • Tulack
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    Re: How have these photos been colour graded

    Originally posted by Antony_A View Post
    well. and what sense has statement to use "Auto color"?
    it will make "blacks" black and "highlights" white, so you will see what was added.

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  • Shoku
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    Re: How have these photos been colour graded

    Originally posted by Tulack View Post
    Grading depends on original image.
    First image is not graded.
    From Wiki: "Color grading is the process of altering and enhancing the color of a motion picture, video image, or still image electronically, photo-chemically or digitally. Color grading encompasses both color correction and the generation of artistic color effects."

    This means that "3.jpeg" above may also have been adjusted - only way to know for sure is to see the original.

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  • AL23
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    Re: How have these photos been colour graded

    Tulack: It's ok, I was being stupid. Red is opposite of Cyan not green and magenta is the opposite of green.

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  • AL23
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    Re: How have these photos been colour graded

    Thanks Tulack. A little confused by the curves on the first image. Raising red and green in the shadows should cancel each other out as they are opposites (same for the highlights). I can see for example that the reds have been raised more than the greens in the shadows. Would this mean there is an overall small increase in reds in the shadows? If so why would someone raise both the greens and reds instead of just raising the reds a small amount? Thanks again for your help

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  • Antony_A
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    Re: How have these photos been colour graded

    Originally posted by Tulack View Post
    Presets are just recorded steps, so this statement make no sense.
    well. and what sense has statement to use "Auto color"?

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  • Tulack
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    Re: How have these photos been colour graded

    Originally posted by AL23 View Post
    Thanks Tulack. I tried to do this, but was confused by the results. There seemed to be the same change to the green and red curves, which I didn't understand.
    Grading depends on original image.
    First image is not graded.
    Here is other two.

    https://scontent-dft4-2.xx.fbcdn.net...d8&oe=5AB025D0

    https://scontent-dft4-2.xx.fbcdn.net...a9&oe=5A800082

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  • Tulack
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    Re: How have these photos been colour graded

    Originally posted by Antony_A View Post
    I think it used Color Presets in Lightroom.
    Presets are just recorded steps, so this statement make no sense.

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  • AL23
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    Re: How have these photos been colour graded

    Anthony A: Thanks. I thought it was probably some kind of preset, but wanted a breakdown of the actual colour changes.

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  • AL23
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    Re: How have these photos been colour graded

    Thanks Tulack. I tried to do this, but was confused by the results. There seemed to be the same change to the green and red curves, which I didn't understand.

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  • Antony_A
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    Re: How have these photos been colour graded

    I think it used Color Presets in Lightroom.

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  • Tulack
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    Re: How have these photos been colour graded

    Use "Auto color" to degrade it.

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  • AL23
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    How have these photos been colour graded

    Hello. This is my first post on Retouchpro. I imagine this will seem like a very simple question for many, but would appreciate ideas on how these three images have been colour graded. Many thanks
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