The Painting Light Look

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Easily paint light into your photo to stir up the style. Start by cropping and developing the tone and color. Add a Sunshine filter to add some contrast and fall color. Mix in a couple local adjustment layers so you can add light and dark into specific areas. Finish with a Vignette to taste.

 

Ingredients 
• Crop & Center
• Set Tone & Color
• Add Detail with Structure
• A Dollop of Sunshine
• A Brightening Local Adjustment Layer
• Darken Local Adjustment Layer to Add Drama
• Garnish with a Vignette

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5 comments on “The Painting Light Look”

  1. On November 9, 2018 at 9:02 pm marc labro wrote:

    Hello,

    I am fan of this series ! short and very useful with amazing results !

    best regards
    marc

      1. On November 16, 2018 at 9:45 pm Scott Jones replied:

        Oops. Meant to second marc’s comment.

  2. On December 23, 2018 at 11:17 am Bob Dalton wrote:

    Oh man I am so happy I switched from Luminar to On1 and finally can dump my subscription to Adobe… I only found out about On1 from another Skylum customer, who, like me needed a solid platform to develop my photography on.

    Can I say, “THANK YOU”….

    Merry Christmas On1

  3. On May 22, 2019 at 6:17 pm Roger Clark wrote:

    Awesome presentation, and slow enough to follow each step!! Most videos that I have experienced go much too fast to follow each step. Could be a little plainer regarding the voice steps that identify the keys – i.e. “C” for crop, etc.

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