At the Digital Imaging Group we examined in depth the new Colour Grading tool recently released by Adobe for Lightroom and Photoshop [via Adobe Camera RAW – ACR]. We viewed 2 videos by Julieann Kost and the other by Colin Smith [Photoshop Cafe]. Some attendees had also viewed other tutorials and links to these are also given below:
A video about colour grading and colour theory by Joanna Kustra. Although she uses Photoshop and Lightroom this is using split toning rather than the new Colour Grading feature and it is more a tutorial about how to use colours.
Here also is the link to the Affinity Revolution about transferring colour grading from one photo to another.
This is a link to a video similar to the ones you showed this evening.
We had a very interesting evening on the 27 October 2020 with plenty of questions and exchange of ideas. Lorna Brown took us through “The First Steps in Using Lightroom” and this was followed by a video by Nigel Danson who demonstated his process from RAW to Print in Lightroom. If you missed the meeting or would just like to see the presentations again then click on the links below [both are approx 15 minutes long]:
Richard Corkrey gave a very interesting demonstration on how he creates his woodland images in infrared. Using Lightroom, Photoshop and the NIK Collection along the way. During the demonstration he mentioned converting Cameras to take infrared images and that some lens’ are more prone to producing hotspots when used with an infrared camera. Those of you who want to delve further may find the following websites of use:
Following our first online meeting of the digital Imaging Group on Tuesday 28 April 2020, we now have the video of the tutorial given by Richard Corkrey. Richard demonstrated how he produced one of his competition winning woodland images called “Broomhill”.
You can view the tutorial by clicking on this link here
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