Color grading step-by-step III: How to get the popular Teal & Orange look Advanced Edits 1

Color grading step-by-step III: How to get the popular Teal & Orange look

After already looking at the theory and some examples of color grading as seen in film production, we now focus on the practice. We’ll show you how you can easily create various color tint combinations in Zoner Photo Studio X, recharging your portrait and landscape photography. Specifically, we’ll demonstrate how to create the popular Teal & Orange look. We’ll go through each edit step-by-step so you can skillfully do it with your own photographs.   

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Edit Photos Faster While Keeping Your Own Personal Style—Create your own presets.

Presets make photo editing go faster. Because they can apply several of your frequently used operations at once. Presets keep you from having to set the same sliders to the same values again and again; it all just takes one click. The built-in presets aren’t a good fit for you? No problem. Zoner Photo Studio offers an easy way to create your own. It will save you work, and you’ll get to keep your own original editing style. 

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[Infographic] How Do You Change a Photo’s Colors?

How do photographers get impressive pictures that are full of attractive colors? Some of them shift certain hues, while others suppress them. However you go about it, creating pictures that look like they’re from a movie or from another, the prettier reality isn’t hard at all. You can change a photo’s colors in Zoner Photo Studio just a few clicks. And that’s true no matter whether you want to change just one object in a photo or shift colors throughout it. We’ll show you how to get started.