Hi all. I just released a couple of new videos with some techniques I use on boosting Fall Colors. Honestly though, these techniques will work great for overall color improvement in your photos so don’t limit them to just fall photos. But they’re some of my favorite when I have reds, oranges and yellows that I want to enhance. Enjoy!
FREE PROFILES: Click here to download the free profiles mentioned in the video
NOTE: The first video is for Lightroom and Photoshop and the video below it is for ON1
Boosting Fall Colors in Photoshop and Lightroom
where I can download Yours free presets FALL COLORS for lightroom 3.I try here on Your’s site but page not found.
I have just listened to the video and enjoyed it, thank you! I wanted to download the free profile, but do not see it on your website? I downloaded it to my laptop when it came out and wanted to do the same on my mac today but I could not find it on your website. Am I too late?
Hi Anne – I just added toward the top of this page. Thanks.!
Matt – Thanks for the video. In addition to the techniques you present, I have used the Adobe Landscape profile in LR to good effect on some photos.
Hi Matt! Great video altough I already use this technique I did pick up some new tips.
One thing I would like to see you do is apply this to photos taken in forests. I usually go on hikes with the family but in the woods, especially on sunny days, the white balance and the colors go crazy, they either turn too yellow or too green…
I downloaded your free LUTS presets. But they do not show up in On1 under filters.
Thanks, Matt. Really helpful stuff!!
Thanks Matt! I used a couple of these techniques to add some pop to my Grand Canyon pictures.
Hey Matt, both are great videos, but I had a question: you said you shoot in Auto or Cloudy color balance. I was very surprised that you don’t shoot in Raw which ignores these settings. I am pretty sure you have been a strong proponent of shooting in Raw in the past. How has your thought process changed on this?
Hi Brett. I do shoot in Raw. When you shoot raw, whatever program you open the photo with will honor the white balance you chose in camera. Yes, you can change it, but it will indeed show you the WB you used.
Just in time, very helpful, many thanks for your time!
Way cool! Thank you, Matt!
Thanks Matt, great Video. Very helpful.
You’re awesome — thanks – very timely for fall senior shoots. Thanks for the freebie xo
Thanks Matt, This helped for some of my Sunrise /Sunset photo’s. This technique you showed is simple and makes the colors “pop” Thank you for you time…. it is appreciated.
Thank you, Matt. Worked wonders on an image I had put to the side.
Thanks for the video, Matt. Delighted to see a separate On1 iteration included.