HOW TO: SELECTIVE COLORING (COLOR SPLASH) IN SNAPSEED IN 3 STEPS! (Raptors Inspired)

HOW TO: SELECTIVE COLORING (COLOR SPLASH) IN SNAPSEED IN 3 STEPS! (Raptors Inspired)
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    So to celebrate the Raptors finally making it to the NBA and making history for the first time ever it will be a Raptors inspired edit Alright, what up Simpletons? Welcome back to my channel Today's going to be a really quick tutorial. If you follow the Raptors on Instagram, you'll notice that some of the pictures are completely black and white, with only certain areas highlighted in red, so that's what I'm going to show you today. So because this is a really quick edit I'm going to show you what I'm doing on a few different photos. The first one I'm using was taken a long time ago, but it's the perfect candidate for what I'm doing today. And all we're going to do, is go to Tune Image Saturation, and decrease it all the way down to -100. So right now the photo is completely black and white. And what we're going to do now is go into the top Undo icon. Go to View Edits, and click on Tune Image Click on the Edit icon, then click on the Ying Yang symbol and decrease Tune Image all the way down to 0 And now all we're going to do is highlight the areas that we want red. Because my outfit is already so monochromatic this makes it a lot easier. So I'm just going to go over the jacket and the bag, which is the only areas in the picture that were red to begin with. And that's it! Super simple So if we do a quick before and this is after it's very moulin rouge, I used to do this a lot back in the day when I had MySpace. Thumbs up if you remember those days. So here's another shot where there's more surface area of red. So my entire suit is red so I'm going to take the same steps, and highlight my suit which is the only red part. My lips are also red but I'm noticing that I actually don't like that look, so I'm going to keep my lips desaturated and only highlight the suit. And here's one more. So this shot is a little bit darker and there's not a lot of red in the shot. The only thing red was my bandana, and a few stripes on my outfit. so that's exactly what I'm going to highlight. So you can actually do this with any color. I'm just highlighting red to celebrate the Raptors for example, if you wanted to highlight certain areas of a photo red but there aren't any red tones in the shot, you can actually fake it with Curves and that's what I'm about to show you. So let's go to Curves and let's only play with the red curve. So let's increase the highlights midtones and shadows of the red curve so now everything is red. But if I only wanted to highlight let's say just the bushes and trees, to give a little hint of red, I'm going to go back into Undo, View Edits, Click on Curves, Edit and apply the same technique. So erase everything that I don't want highlighted in red, and we're left with this shot. I kind of wanted to show you the flexibility that the tool gives you. You can pretty much apply this to any of your photos. You can also do this in Photoshop, you actually have a lot more customization abilities within Photoshop. But this is just a quick way to do this within Snapseed. So if you loved this tutorial, please give this video a thumbs up to help your girl out Leave a comment below if you're a Raptors fan and if you have any ideas for upcoming videos and if you haven't already, join the Simpleton family and Subscribe! Alright, I will see you guys next time, BAI!
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