this is more a creative question then a technichal one but i have been trying all night to get some olive (drk green colored shadows) for a grunge look on my photos. i tryed tone curves and split toning but can't seem to get anything brown or dark olive green. i am trying to leave me photo a colored photo. any ideas would be helpful
The first before and after photo (the girl eith the white hat) is similar to the look I am looking for. Thanks!
Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2012 06:38:44 -0600
Subject: Re: olive colored shadows? olive colored shadows?
Re: olive colored shadows?
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Post a photo here, maybe someboby is willing to **** with the curves. An example (from the web?) of what you're trying to achive would be helpful too.
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You could try Camera Calibration > Shadows and drag the slider to the left, but for a stronger effect and more control, go to Tone Curves > Channel > Green and drag the bottom left point of the curve straight up.