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: To use the illumination effects located in the Easy Pallet to enhance your
photos and change colors if you desire, and to learn to add your settings to the
Easy Pallet so they may be used again with just one click...........
Now Lets get started and Let there be Light
For this type of photo we are going to highlight the flowers and make them stand out
If you are using your own photo here you may want to play with the settings until you get the desired effect.
4.. Right Click on L31 and click on Modify properties and apply and change the settings to what is shown here on the left.
5. We also want to change the color a bit so click on the( light ) color box to bring up the Ulead Color pallet and change the Hex: to# ECD980
Again if you are using your own photo here play with the colors until you get the look you want.
|OK we have our settings and our color adjusted to where we want. Now we are going to add them to the Easy Pallet for future use.So with one click you can have the same results to use on other pictures that need the same type of light.||
6. Click on the add button and the screen shown to the right will open .Give your setting a name . On the drop down menu select My Gallery .Add the setting to a group of your choice
*Adding new groups to your EP was covered in level 1
*Note: If you previously created your own galleries , you may wish to add it there.
**I have added a group called lighting effects under My Gallery
To the left is your Easy Pallet after the addition.
And to the right is the resulting effect on your photo. I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial.
yourself and hit (Control+Z) or undo....Click on your untouched photo to activate
and then doubleclick the new addition to your Easy Pallet and see the great effect
you have created.
Below you will find a couple of variations using different settings .
|This first one is an overall highlighting of a too dark picture||And this one is just a whimsical effect that seemed to go with the type of photo|
This one I used L47 with the following settings
modifying the color slightly
Here I used L 33 with the following settings
lightening up the color just a shade
you have any questions feel free to contact me