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Bartee

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LR Vibrance Equivalent
« on: October 31, 2017, 11:28:10 AM »

New to CO.. Loving it... purchased.. Now...

What is the CO equivalent to LR Vibrance. 

As I understand LR Vibrance it is saturation in the midtones or highlights. 

So I routinely will decrease LR Saturation and Increase LR vibrance.   

So what is the CO Equivalent ???

TIA...
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IanSeward

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Re: LR Vibrance Equivalent
« Reply #1 on: October 31, 2017, 11:34:43 AM »

New to CO.. Loving it... purchased.. Now...

What is the CO equivalent to LR Vibrance. 

As I understand LR Vibrance it is saturation in the midtones or highlights. 

So I routinely will decrease LR Saturation and Increase LR vibrance.   

So what is the CO Equivalent ???

TIA...

As I understand it the Saturation slider works like LR Vibrance when you increase saturation.  Decreasing saturation works as normal.

When you are on a layer it functions like a normal saturation control.

To start at a lower overall saturation you can try "Linear" curve under colour control.

More experienced users will be able to correct and enhance my understanding:-)

Ian
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Re: LR Vibrance Equivalent
« Reply #2 on: October 31, 2017, 07:19:19 PM »

Beyond Ian's response on the C1 Saturation control (which is also my understanding) you can tweak colours individually with HSL adjustments using the Colour Editor tool. These changes can be limited to distinct saturation ranges of the colour (but not tonal ranges) when using the Advanced or Skin tone tabs (drag the outlines of the pie wedges that are created when you use the eyedropper to sample the colour you wish to modify). The colour selections you create with this tool can be turned into layer masks for Local Adjustments (click on the ... in the upper right corner of the tool) and then you can modify many parameters with multiple tools.

If you want to tweak the colours in darks, mids and lights separately you can use the colour balance tool, but with this you can only modify hue (by overlaying a colour cast) and lightness. There is no direct saturation control, though overlaying complementary or supportive colours will give you some control over the overall intensity of colours in these tonal ranges.

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Richard
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Re: LR Vibrance Equivalent
« Reply #3 on: December 04, 2017, 07:14:22 AM »

Give clarity in punch mode a try to see if it gives you some of what you want for the image.
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