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  • Just play with hue and saturation in photoshop


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  • What is the method for converting the color from green to violet in lens studeo? Can you design the project and send it to me?

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  • Hey sloom0555

    You can easily do that in Photoshop or Lightroom . Just Change the Hue of the color green to whatever color you like.

    Click here to know how to change the color of trees. If your done with "color correction" in Ps or Lightroom just apply this preset to the Color Lookup Table, which you can find here . Then apply the color Look Up Table in Lensstudio.

    Feel free to ask me if there are any questions left.




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  • Sorry sir, I was not able to implement. I hope for help. Is it possible to record a video?

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  • Hello SirQu3ntin!

    i changed the hue in photoshop applied it on color lookup table and imported in lens studio as you have mentioned, but instead of being applied only to green color of trees it is applied to whole screen and whole screen just becomes dull/dark.

    Please help!

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