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avatarjunior
sent on December 31, 2017 (17:10) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Do I have problems with the screen or is it really green? Neon Light? White balance wrong? Try to convert to b & w ...
However, I like the frame ...

avatarjunior
sent on December 31, 2017 (17:14) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

None of this.
It's just an LR filter.
Hello
Stephen

avatarsenior
sent on January 01, 2018 (18:11) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I like the natural pose and also the LR filter.
Maybe it's just a little dark. If you look at the chart you have very low whites.
If you increase exposure and reduce saturation a bit, you have two advantages:
- the cornea loses saturation and becomes lighter (it becomes whiter) acting as a chromatic reference point (= it makes the image believable chromatically, ie it is no longer clear that there is a filter)
- the most illuminated part of the facial skin (left), turns from orange to a more natural "skin" color.
This variation does not remove the orange / green effect of the filter in the darker areas, which, to my taste, is fine because it seems an environmental dominant.


avatarjunior
sent on January 01, 2018 (18:19) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thanks for your directions.
I'll take this into consideration next time.
Usually I always tend to personalize, to reduce exposure.

Hello
Stephen

avatarsenior
sent on January 01, 2018 (18:35) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

If it's a question of style, everything is fine.
Just keep in mind that Lightroom has the exposure cursor that does not work only on the brightness curve, but operates on the three RGB channels. In other words, if you darken the image for artistic needs, the colors become saturated (the skin becomes orange and the greens become greener). In theory this should not happen, but in LR you have no way to avoid it if you do not reduce the saturation too.
... but in the end it can also like this. I'm certainly not one that demonizes strong colors and post creative productions. ;-)

avatarjunior
sent on January 01, 2018 (20:19) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I'm not technical enough to perceive these nuances.
In the end I try to imitate the best ones, like you.
A greeting
Stephen

avatarsenior
sent on January 05, 2018 (9:34) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Much better than the other this does not go



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