November 27, 2022


Editing Photography, Videos and 3D by Rich the Renegade

Selecting and Using Blacks in the Selective Colour Adjustment

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In the Selective Colour adjustment you can first select colours and then adjust them. You can also do this just for ‘Blacks’, first selecting the blacker areas of the image and then making a CMYK (actually red, green, blue and monochrome) adjustment. This is very powerful and you can use it for a range of tweaks, from white balancing to colour grading to contrast boosting.

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