In today’s tutorial we will see how to Split Toning on Lightroom, and why this is an important section when editing your photos.
How to use Split Toning on Lightroom
We usually go through all the editing possibilities when working with Lightroom. But I always see people forgetting to work with one of the most significant adjustments to the program. The split toning.
The split toning tab allows you to use a predominant color for the light areas of your images and another color for the dark areas, so you can create very interesting effects, or even create a purposeful color cast.
This is a little used adjustment in Lightroom because most of the time people have no idea what it does. And to clarify your future there in the video above I explain How to use Split Toning in Lightroom and also show what can be done with it to help create the desired mood in your photos.
We talked a while ago about how to do Film Look editing on Lightroom and there I used split toning to give that orange and green face in specific areas of mine, you can see this post here . But that is not the only option for working with this tool.
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