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01/20/2015 08:34:33 AM · #1
Hey folks,

I learned a new part of lightroom last night and it was a really fun trick.
This video tutorial was only 6 minutes but quick, easy and man it was tons of fun! I would almost like to see a side challenge with this, kinda addicting and so much fun, and the tones that are produced with this were kinda amazing on black and white photos.

How many have played with this part of their lightroom like this or use it for their editing here?

The instructor's name is Gavin Hoey, my favorite thing is on how he is short and to the point and very easy to follow

Enjoy just wanted to share

Split Toning Mono

Message edited by author 2015-01-20 08:37:39.
01/20/2015 08:43:52 AM · #2
I use it all the time as a way to warm up my images as opposed to just adjusting the white balance.
01/20/2015 08:52:11 AM · #3
What I found interesting, is that he ended up using that first then did the shadows and white balance, I think it really evened out the photos well.

Good to know it can be used here for black and white too
01/20/2015 09:11:13 AM · #4
I've never used that tool! Might give it a try now. Thanks for sharing.
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