Color correction of photos in Photoshop using third-party plugins (part 2)

in Photography Lovers2 months ago (edited)

Hi friends!

Consider another plugin - Viveda from Final Impact

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Its interface resembles the Hue / Saturation adjustment layer settings in Photoshop.
It is very simple to work in it.
Uploading a photo (in this case it was an orchid taken on a mobile phone)

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Opening the plugin

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Then I move a sliders (as you can see, three colored circles mean a color shift by channels in RGB mode - red, green and blue -, and three small round icons in each of them, opposite the sliders - brightness, contrast and saturation)
In this case, I also make a photo more nice - I increase a shade of yellow in a highlights and remove blue from blue channel in order to draw out the dark shadows on a lower flower.

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Lighting is noticeably leveled!

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This plugin has a set of ready-made built-in presets (open with this icon)

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With their help, I applied my favorite technique of "tone breakdown according to plans" to a photo with a willow (main shot in the post)

I copied the layer with the photo twice

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then for the first copy I chose the ready-made preset Faded Red

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And for the second - PushBlueSaturation

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Then, using the mask, I developed the lower layer through the upper one.

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An main object in a photo becomes voluminous, as in a 3D scene!

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Or can it be like this...

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Have a nice and creative day!