Murray Livingston breaks down some simple and easy techniques to immediately improve your colours when using Adobe Lightroom, especially with Canon cameras
Colour management doesn't have to be overly technical or difficult. In today's tutorial, nature photographer Murray Livingston breaks down some simple and easy techniques to immediately improve your colours when using Adobe Lightroom, especially with Canon cameras.
He goes through a number of example images showing how to choose camera-matching profiles, set a neutral white point, and adjust hues if necessary. Murray also briefly explains why the sRGB colour space is his recommendation for most photographers.
- 0:00 Introduction
- 0:41 Colour Spaces
- 2:27 Choosing Matching Colour Profiles
- 4:23 Setting a Neutral White Point
- 5:10 Image Example 2
- 5:55 Image Example 3 & Hue Shifts
- 8:05 Setting Colour Spaces for Exporting to Photoshop & Web
- AuthorMurray Livingston
Murray is a South African professional fine art landscape and nature photographer working with both film and digital cameras. He has more than 10 years of image making experience and is a deep thinker with interests in wildlife & conservation, philosophy, and design.View all articles