Be sure to use the controls in the Color Grading section to change how a LOOK is applied. Adjust the intensity of the LOOK using the Strength slider directly below it. Some users will prefer lower values for subtle effects, while others may desire a more intense adjustment.

Not Once you’ve dialed in the settings you’d like, you can quickly audition LOOKs by clicking a new thumbnail. The settings are preserved, but the new LOOK is applied.

  • Strength | Use the ranges slider to control how the intensity of the effect. For most images, try a value of 50-75 as a starting point. Black and White LOOKs should be set to 100 to start.
  • Saturation | This control ranges from -100 to 100, impacting how much the LOOK cam colorizes an image. Even full-color LOOKs can be converted to Black and White or used in between for interesting effects.
  • Contrast | Choose a value between -100 – 100. This affects the amount of contrast the LOOK adds to your image.

To change how a LOOK appears, you can modify the appearance of the processed image. Consider using the Corrective Filters in the Preprocessing section to create new combinations. For example, using the Strength slider on both the Corrective Filter and LOOK can create a distinct new appearance.

You can also use the” Finishing Tools”: to refine the overall appearance of the photo.


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