Check the RGB values in the shadows and highlights.
The shadows are high in blue. The highlights are high in magenta and even higher in yellow. It's probably just cross-processing in curves.
the question is....what kind of blending? just normal?
at first i thought this style technique use gradient map with blue/cyan in shadow and yellow/red in highlights but still not getting any closer.
my weakness is how to "read" color....
thanks peano...you very kind person
TA Craft Photography wrote:
Pinar Eris Collection
Photographer: Akif Hakan Celebi
Make-up: Angel Mok
Hair: Jean Tong
Model: Angie Ng
Styling Assistant: Satoko Yuzawa
Photographer's Assistant: Glenn Eugen Ellingsen
Make-Up Assistant : ??
Hair Assistants:Vincent.S & N @www.thelook-studio.com
Have you tried asking Akif?
Akif is my favourite photographer. if i can make conversation with him there's thousand question i will asking him...but
i think Akif is too busy to answer question from amateur like me
You can try a global color balance adjustment layer. Add a bit of red to the shadows and red to the midtones and highlights.
MJM retouching wrote:
New solid color adjustment layer set to darken.