So you think you know everything about the HSL Adjustment Layer in Photoshop? Well, I have a doozy of a tutorial for you today!
I will uncover the HSL Range tool and show you how powerful this feature is that you are more than likely glancing over. I get it, those two bars at the bottom of the HSL Properties can be confusing, but it doesn’t have to be!
I will show you how to use it to include analogous colors, exclude unwanted colors, and avoid color banding when adjusting the Hue Saturation or Luminance of a given color.
01:22 What is Hue, Saturation, or Luminance
01:54 Understanding the HSL Range Tool
03:13 The Targeted Adjustment Tool
03:55 The Eye Dropper in the HSL Adjustment Layer
04:59 The Range and Feather Tools Explained
06:53 Landscape Practical Application
09:35 Portrait Practical Application
12:22 Limitations of HSL Range
14:16 You Won’t Get It Right Away!
Here is that video on how to use the Colorize Feature.
Another great video from Blake to demystify the HSL range.
Good move on the camera relocation. It’s your better side!
Thanks for the content.
Outstanding. Thank, Blake, as always!
Thank you, Blake, and it’s good to see the other side of you for a change.
This was major cool and helpful to what I am dealing with right now in some IR work I am doing (yes, I use CLiR, but I am just not good enough in it yet)! Thanks!
Great explanation! Thanks Blake
I could harvest three new tricks for me, thank you, Blake!
I always think I’m pretty darn good w/PS, until I see another one of your “super knowledge” videos! Thanks, Blake. (We live in Florissant, Co., and have been to Bear Lake many times.)
What an excellent video. I’ve learned so much from you and love the way you are able to teach difficult subjects in a way that makes sense.
If you shot in Rocky Mountain National Park the trees in the photo would almost certainly be Quaking Aspens, which almost NEVER have red leaves in Autumn. Orange? Maybe.
Deep Orange, almost looks red, haha. We’ll go with that. I appreciate the feedback.
Very useful tips to target color enhancement.