Lightroom Editing with Wolf look-alike Siberian Husky Ninja

Lightroom Editing with Wolf look-alike Siberian Husky Ninja

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As explained in the previous post. RAW files are meant to be edited.

Here is what I do… I like to spread out the Histogram a bit… raising exposure, lowering lights, raising shadows… but not too much, I do not want HDR 😁
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Then I do a quickfix to get off the coat color cast by reducing vibrance and giving back some saturation… in the end I also turn dowsn saturation of orange, yellow and green and raise their lightness…
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I reduce clarity (brining it back later with radial mask) and work the tone curves to give contrast.
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Then go to HSL and turn orange and yellow to red and green to green to tone the weird brown head colors. They’d look greenish otherwise.
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Then I add a slight vignette in color priority mode.
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Under camera calibration I do some changes that fit my a6000 + SEL50F18 (slightly red cast) and tone hues + whitebalance
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The mist important step are radial filters to lead the eye to Ninja.. slightly increased saturation, clarity, sharpness on Ninja and reverse outside of him… these are slight changes but the brain notices it.
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That is it… takes 2 min to adjust if you use a preset. Here I spent 10… but did a sloppy job on chromatic abberation

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Ninja on YouTube

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