Simple Way To Apply a Cinematic Color Grade in Photoshop!

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Learn this simple yet powerful technique to apply a Cinematic Color Grade in Photoshop!

This tutorial is part of my Photoshop in-app tutorials. You can open the tutorial image directly from Photoshop and follow the coach mark overlays to follow along. You will need Photoshop 2021 (22.5) and newer.

In this tutorial, we will use the easy sliders in the Selective Color Adjustment Layer as a filter, to apply the blue/orange cinematic look.

I hope you enjoy this power-packed tutorial! Thank you so much for watching!

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📘 INDEX – Create a Cinematic Look with Selective Color
00:00 – Introduction
00:15 – Photoshop In-App Tutorials
01:29 – Cinematic Color Grading Explanation
02:00 – Apply Blues and Cyans to the Midtones
03:05 – Reduce Blue and Cyan from Skintones
04:05 – Make the Colors Pop with Vibrance
04:50 – Final Thoughts

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