October 2, 2022

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Selecting and Using Neutrals in the Selective Colour Adjustment

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In the Selective Colour adjustment you can first select colours and then adjust them. You can also do this just for ‘Neutrals’, which selects the mid-tone areas of the image, and then making a CMYK (actually red, green, blue and monochrome) adjustment. This is very powerful and you can use it for a range of tweaks to adjust the overall colour of the image.

For related videos, see here: http://changingminds.org/disciplines/photography/affinity_photo/youtube_videos/804_using_neutrals_selective_colour.htm#see

There are now online pages for InAffinity here: https://changingminds.org/disciplines/photography/affinity_photo/affinity_photo.htm

Free resources, including macros, palettes, etc. are here:

If you are a beginner, start here:

There is a full, cross-referenced index for every video here: https://changingminds.org/disciplines/photography/affinity_photo/inaffinity_video_index.htm
To find videos by date of publication, start here: https://changingminds.org/disciplines/photography/affinity_photo/ap_time-sorted.htm
To find videos by subject, start here: https://changingminds.org/disciplines/photography/affinity_photo/categories/ap_categories_alphabetic.htm
:The web page for this video is here: http://changingminds.org/disciplines/photography/affinity_photo/youtube_videos/804_using_neutrals_selective_colour.htm

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