PortraitPro Forums
being blue on purpose - Printable Version

+- PortraitPro Forums (http://forum.portraitprofessional.com)
+-- Forum: PortraitPro software (http://forum.portraitprofessional.com/forumdisplay.php?fid=3)
+--- Forum: Frequently Asked Questions (http://forum.portraitprofessional.com/forumdisplay.php?fid=16)
+---- Forum: Using Portrait Professional (http://forum.portraitprofessional.com/forumdisplay.php?fid=21)
+---- Thread: being blue on purpose (/showthread.php?tid=3364)

being blue on purpose - imagineutopia - 12-27-2012


I've got a client and we're doing some sci fi stuff where it would advantageous if we could easily turn skin colors blue.

is there a good way to do this in here? any kinda hack that could help keep this speedy?



RE: being blue on purpose - williamting - 12-28-2012

The only way I can think off is to go to "Skin Coloring Controls" and adjust the "Tint". Unfortunately it looks green on my screen instead of blue when the slider is on the right. One other way I can think off and if you use RAW is to go to PS Camera Raw or LR and use spot brush and adjust the colour temperature. If this fails again, you probably have to use colour mask in PS.