Absolute control of photo colors using HSL in Photoshop and Lightroom
I hope this tutorial helps you to understand and Use HSL in Photoshop and Lightroom.
- (H) Hue = The color itself
- (S) Saturation = The amount of the color
- (L) Luminance = The lightness of the color
Watch the video above to see these tools in action, I show you both Camera Raw (in Photoshop CC) and the HSL in Lightroom Classic. They essentially work the same, but the smart selector is a little different in each. These sliders can be used to target particular colors, such as sky or grass, HSL can be used to correct specific colors and even skin tones. It’s a great tool that should be firmly embedded in your workflow.
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