Whether you’ve captured a landscape, a wildlife pic or a great piece of architecture, a standard way to make it look more inviting to your viewer is to warm it up, writes Jon Adams. Traditionally, warm-up filters of various grades and strengths were placed in front of the lens to get the desired effect, but nowadays, they’re not needed, as the colour shift they create can be created and controlled in imaging software. In this in-depth video tutorial, Jon reveals the choices on offer to you in Photoshop, and shows five different ways you can achieve a good-looking warm-up effect.
Published in Imaging Skills
Thanks Jon, very helpful and much easier than my convoluted efforts.