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Tokyo Autumn Color Sets In (Podcast 724)

This week I share some shots from the Jindai Botanical Park and Gardens as the autumn color sets in here in Tokyo.

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Martin Bailey
Martin Bailey is a nature and wildlife photographer and educator based in Tokyo. He's a pioneering Podcaster and blogger, and an X-Rite Coloratti member.
2 Comments
  • Monica love
    Posted at 22:50h, 28 November Reply

    Enjoyed this a lot. Do you ever use the RGB curve in addition to or instead of the LUMA?

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 10:29h, 29 November Reply

      Hi Monica,

      I’m pleased you enjoyed this.

      I have played with the RGB Curve in the past, but I am not a fan of how it changes the color saturation. I generally want more control over the color, and therefore generally go to the Advance Color Editor for color changes, and use the Luma Curve when tone curves make more sense, as it only affects the luminance, leaving the color alone.

      Regards,
      Martin.

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