Selective Color Saturation
I had some fun a few weeks ago in New York City (I was attending a conference at The New York Times Center, another geekier story), and not a coincidence, I was staying a block away from Times Square. "For a man with a fisheye, the whole world is Times Square!"
OK, I like this one. It was shot on my 8-15 fisheye zoom attached to my Canon 5ds R, and then "de-fished" via Lightroom 6's profile correction feature. A little sharpening and tone adjustment, and voila! But... my valued in-house advisor told me "hey, nice shot dude, but it makes my eyes hurt"! SO, what to do?
First, I thought, channel your inner artiste, and go black & white. Nice, but a little boring. Then, I went into LR6's per-color saturation settings and came up with this:
Kinda interesting, no? You can de-saturate colors for the entire image, or via the spot tool in LR6 (or by using layers in Photoshop), do it for specific areas.
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