I have a question that doesn't involve the current trends of muted coloring and/or selective coloring, but it is about coloring all the same. I can't ask this in the other community (of which the name stupidly enough currently escapes me, help me?) because I don't really have any specific samples.
How can I achieve a color normalization technique that more or less, works on most caps (not too blue, orange and etc)/photoshoots? For granted, the current muted colorings works very well on that score, but it's not what I'm after. What I want, is to give my bases an 'uniform' look, while being bright and crisp. Recap : I'm lookin for tips on how to achieve an uniform coloring that works on most caps/pics, which should be crisp and bright.
Not really looking at selective coloring based suggestions, because no matter how much I try, I still can't grasp the concept. That having been said, has anyone seen a 'selective coloring tut for dummies' out there? A tut that really, really dumbs it down for us scatterbrained and flighty icon makers?
Ack, damn, I knew I forgot something. I use PSC3.
Thanks for looking at this. :)