Color can be one of the trickiest aspects of image processing. How do you get the right white balance? How can you dial in enough saturation to make the image appear lively and vibrant, without it looking fake or garish? How do you get the right hues? How can you apply color grading effectively?
In this live webinar I’ll demonstrate how to tackle this challenge as I take you step-by-step through processing one or more photographs, with an emphasis on handling color. I’ll cover all the basics, but also delve into the nuances that can give your images a rich, sophisticated look, including:
• Finding the perfect white balance
• Choosing the right profile
• Vibrance and Saturation – and why I often prefer other tools
• Adding tints with Color Grading
• Tweaking individual hues with HSL, Color Range, and the new Point Color tool to achieve richer, more vibrant color in a natural-looking way
People who sign up for the webinar will be invited to submit images to be considered for this demonstration, and I’ll use one or more of those in the webinar. And if you can’t attend live, the webinar will be recorded for later viewing.
The webinar is normally $27, but we’re offering an early-bird discount. Use the code LRCOLOR20 to get 20% off until Monday, January 15th. Click the link below to sign up!
January 27th, 2023, 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time (1:00 p.m. Eastern Time)
(Use the code LRCOLOR20 to get 20% off until Monday, January 15th.)
I hope to see you at the webinar!
— Michael Frye
P.S. Signing up for this webinar gives you access to our Education Center, and to recordings of two previous Lightroom demonstration webinars. So if you’re not already a member, you’ll actually get three webinars for the price of one!
Michael Frye is a professional photographer specializing in landscapes and nature. He lives near Yosemite National Park in California, but travels extensively to photograph natural landscapes in the American West and throughout the world.
Michael uses light, weather, and design to make photographs that capture the mood of the landscape, and convey the beauty, power, and mystery of nature. His work has received numerous awards, and appeared in publications around the world. He’s the author and/or principal photographer of several books, including Digital Landscape Photography: In the Footsteps of Ansel Adams and the Great Masters, and The Photographer’s Guide to Yosemite.
Michael loves to share his knowledge of photography through articles, books, workshops, online courses, and his blog. He’s taught over 200 workshops focused on landscape photography, night photography, digital image processing, and printing.