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    How to obtain the 'temperature' just like in the pictures?

    Joseph Vincent's Photos - Profile Pictures | Facebook

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    Joseph Vincent's Photos - Profile Pictures | Facebook

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    Joseph Vincent's Photos - Profile Pictures | Facebook

    (I couldn't find another way to share the picture without having to share links. Sorry Oh and, the pictures belong to Mr. Joseph Vincent, a Youtube artist, who kinda look like Ryan Higa(nigahiga), also a Youtube artist )
    Last edited by _sy; 12-14-2010, 12:15 PM.
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  • #2
    White balance?

    Understanding White Balance
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    • #3
      Originally posted by RichardTaylor View Post
      Thank you for replying. Will try white balance soon... thank you again!
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      • #4
        That's not white balance, its a bit more complicated. Its a subtle cross process filter.
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        • #5
          Looks quite a bit like LilyBlue actions may have been used.
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          • #6
            Obtained by editing the photo in Photoshop?
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            • #7
              Yes, definitely post-processing. It may well have been done with a preset series of actions, as Susan mentioned. In a nutshell, it looks like the colour saturation (possibly a saturation control or a channel mixer for more control) has been toned down and the range of contrast reduced (nothing is stark black or white - the curves tool is perfect for this).

              What software do you have to work with?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by wulf View Post
                Yes, definitely post-processing. It may well have been done with a preset series of actions, as Susan mentioned. In a nutshell, it looks like the colour saturation (possibly a saturation control or a channel mixer for more control) has been toned down and the range of contrast reduced (nothing is stark black or white - the curves tool is perfect for this).

                What software do you have to work with?

                Wulf
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