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05/01/2015 10:23:29 PM · #1
I just found an awesome, tutorial using lightroom on how to do the selective de-saturation!

I was playing around with photoshop for a while now and was not liking my masking results at all, This made it soo easy peasy!

Love love love this way!

Thought I would share this website that I found
But then again ya all are pros, so you prob already know this trick, but just in case here was the site that was found

Easy Peasy Selective desaturation

Message edited by author 2015-05-01 22:24:13.
05/02/2015 03:14:41 AM · #2
Originally posted by jgirl57:

But then again ya all are pros, so you prob already know this trick

Nope and nope! ;) So thanks for sharing. Looking foreard to testing it out!
05/11/2015 05:32:16 AM · #3
I was not aware of this fact also. Thank you for sharing this with us.
05/11/2015 07:09:48 AM · #4
You can do exactly the same thing in Camera Raw and Photoshop, and you can do it on JPGs in Photoshop by using Camera Raw as an adjustment filter... It's certainly my technique of choice.
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