How to Color Correct Artistic Mood Shots in Lightroom 3
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In my mind, artistic mood shots really have a broad range of color correction options. Typically, these artistic mood shots have strong color schemes which make various different types of color correction possible.
In this Lightroom video tutorial, I am going to show you guys three examples of artistic shots that can be post produced in a variety of different methods. Each method creating a different mood, hence I call these types of images “mood shots.”
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