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    Default Looking for this a specific post processing technique - Help please!

    I've been experimenting with Lightroom and photoshop for months and I still can't achieve a look similar to this:



    I've tried adding some yellows already but the colours don't turn out the same.
    If anyone has any presets for Lightroom or a way to achieve this, please do share!

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    Default Re: Looking for this a specific post processing technique - Help please!

    looks like shot on film..
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    Default Re: Looking for this a specific post processing technique - Help please!

    Quote Originally Posted by blurry80 View Post
    looks like shot on film..
    Nah. simple post processing. Some channel mixing, add grain, desaturate.
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    Default Re: Looking for this a specific post processing technique - Help please!

    Maybe you can try out some of the presets here -> http://inside-lightroom.com/?page_id=13

    Hope that helps. Cheers!

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    Default Re: Looking for this a specific post processing technique - Help please!

    go Google portrait post processing photoshop actions, some free but some not, download a few free actions and study how people do it.

    alternatively, search in youtube for photoshop tutorials.
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    it can be done in PS. Try all the colors saturation combinations.
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    play with the channels and add grains.. face abit overexposed I feel
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    Hmmm... Looks like warm white balance and desaturation...

    Maybe your photo wasn't taken under sunlight, because this one obviously was. I doubt it's achievable if it wasn't.
    Last edited by digitalpimp; 12th February 2011 at 08:03 AM.

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