The True Color Look

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The True Color photo look we will bring out the bright and vibrant colors in our photo while maintaining it’s true color. Take care of the prep work in the Develop tab, add some structure to give the scene some detail, and finish in Effects for slightly more color and a vignette.

Ingredients
• Set Tone and Color
* Increase Exposure
• Bump Up Shadows
• Add Structure for More Detail
• Give Boost with a Color Enhancer
• Finish with a Vignette

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13 comments on “The True Color Look”

  1. On October 23, 2018 at 11:26 am stan McQuown wrote:

    I’m confused, I know, what else is new Stan? Question, are the Recipes like a cook book recipe that you store and write down and then open the book to follow the instructions, or, is it like a preset that will have it’s own tab?

    1. On October 23, 2018 at 12:28 pm Frank Tofani replied:

      Hi Stan! Art is very subjective. What looks good to me probably won’t look good to you. With that said, there is no way to click a button to edit a pic and be spot on to what you perceive as a good enhancement. This is why we have so many modules and sliders in this program. As many steps that are involved with this photo, one would have to create a macro, and chances are that unless the same photo is being edited, it probably won’t look good. In short… this ‘recipe’ is an instruction and not a ‘preset’.

    2. On October 23, 2018 at 2:09 pm Ken Smith replied:

      Stan, the recipes are like cookbooks. Download the “Recipe” and you will find 2 files. One is a pdf file explaining the process used in the video. The other is a practice jpg file. By following the recipe you will be able to duplicate the process and the picture shown in the video.
      Ken

    3. On October 30, 2018 at 10:08 am Patrick Smith replied:

      hi Stan – these are more like a cookbook recipe you can store. You won’t need to write them down as you have a printable PDF with the instruction you can download above.

      1. On November 5, 2018 at 7:56 pm stan McQuown replied:

        Hey Patrick Smith, Thanks for the update and answer to my question! So all of the recipes will have a download as above?

  2. On October 24, 2018 at 2:34 pm Troy Mullens wrote:

    Are the numbers in the True Color Recipe exact for all photos, or a suggested starting point? Should we use this to make a preset?

    1. On October 30, 2018 at 10:09 am Patrick Smith replied:

      Likely not exact for all photos. So they may need to be adjusted slightly but will definitely give you a good starting point.

  3. On October 24, 2018 at 2:34 pm Troy Mullens wrote:

    Are the numbers in the True Color Recipe exact for all photos, or a suggested starting point? Should we use this to make a preset?

  4. On November 8, 2018 at 10:55 am Ralph wrote:

    Interesting music on this recipe. What is the name of the tune and who is the artist? Thank You!!

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