Achieving certain colours


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redmonsoon

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If u use your eye dropper in photoshop and click on the whitish parts within each pic, you can then see the color tint that was applied,and which u like.

And now u can use whatever tool you prefer to adjust towards that.eg color balance, hue/saturation,etc. It was also de-saturated and rather heavy with black?:)
 

Octarine

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Do I need to use greenish colour tint in Lightroom as well? Thanks.
The tint slider is part of the White Balance settings. So in case you get some greenish tint due to fluorescent light you can remove it here. There are much more precise sliders in the box for colour adjustments (Hue / Saturation / Luminescence).
 

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Camera Raw is a great tool to do this. There are a couple of video tutorials that I really like that explains camera raw.
here are the links!
Camera Raw Basics Part 1
http://thedigitalphotographyconnection.com/pfdp_player.php?ID=112
Pre-Sharpening Images in Camera Raw
http://thedigitalphotographyconnection.com/pfdp_player.php?ID=114
Camera Raw Workflow
http://thedigitalphotographyconnection.com/pfdp_player.php?ID=122
 

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