Video Tutorial: Green Grass & Blue Skies in Photoshop Part 2

This tutorial is part 2 of making grass greener and skies bluer.  This tutorial will focus on making your color look more accurate, less popped and neon. Often times people pop their colors too much.  Grass gets yellow or neon green.  Blues get turquoise. This tutorial will show you how to fix photos and work with your spring and summer pictures to make them look great but real at the same time. Enjoy!

Jodi Friedman, MCP Actions

Jodi Friedman is the founder of MCP Actions. She designs popular Photoshop actions and Lightroom presets that make editing faster, easier and more fun.

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    Teresa Pomerantz says

    I am definitely filing this one- Now that it is spring I am shooting outdoors more and more!

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    Great tutorial! I knew a little about saturating colors but working in the adjustments layers is new to me and would really help me not have to redo work when I have to go back because I over did it! Thanks!

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    You are the bomb! That was very useful, I’ll have to play around with my outdoor shots this evening! THANK YOU!!! You know so much and I’m glad you are sharing it with us! You should actually add a “donations” link for your knowledge…I’m serious!

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    This was great! I’ve used all the channels except the lightness channel, and now I know to play around with it.

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    Julie Cook says

    Thanks for the great tut! I am one of those Neon grassy girls… nO MORE THOUGH NOW! LOL

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    Like Julie, I’ve been doing a lot of neon-ish color. While I will still do it for artistic effect, I’m glad to know how to tone things down.

    Both of these tutorials were great!

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