How goes it?
Ok so today I have a video for you that I recorded showing a Photoshop technique for adding colour to highlights.
So what do I mean? Well, you may have photographed someone in the studio but not used coloured gels and then when you’re in Photoshop you add some light into the scene like a street light, a neon sign or maybe even some fire from an explosion. In this case it would mean the light you add in during editing and the original highlights on your subject don’t match.
As you would expect with Photoshop being such a huge piece of software there are countless ways we can go in and change the colour of the highlights but here’s a way that I use 99% of time and is both super fast, super easy and super realistic…which is always a bonus right?
As always if you have any questions or comments then please feel free to make use of the comments section below, but in the mean time whatever you’re up to be sure to have a good one,
>One more thing…I usually edit my videos in either iMovie or Premier Pro but this one was edited entirely within Photoshop CS6; very cool, not to mention easy
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