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Modifying Toolbox: Eradicating a Crimson Color Solid from the Shadows in Lightroom


    By Charlotte Reeves

    Have you ever ever come throughout a very cussed crimson color solid within the shadows whereas modifying your pet photographs? It might probably occur while you’re taking pictures with backlight, particularly when there is a little bit of flare within the picture. It is practically unimaginable to do away with with the Temperature and Tint sliders, and the Hue/Saturation sliders do not actually work to take away it properly both.

    As a substitute of coping with it in Photoshop, I will present you an excellent fast and straightforward approach to do away with crimson within the shadows in Lightroom (making use of the RAW knowledge), utilizing the Tone Curve. When you get the idea, you may also apply this newfound information to a spread of different color solid points!

    In the intervening time the Tone Curve sliders can solely be utilized globally in Lightroom, however a little bit birdy instructed me they’re quickly coming to the masking changes too – which is able to make this system much more helpful sooner or later!