Aperture Speaks; Coloring Black and White Images In Lightroom

On a previous Aperture Speaks I showed how to color images in Camera Raw using gradients. This week I decided to take a look at an easy and quick way to color black and white images in Lightroom. Want to know how? Watch the video below.

The process quite is simple, by converting the image to black and white and then use adjustment brushes to add colour. For more impact add split toning and a vignette.

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The above image is my example of this technique and didn’t too long to achieve (about 10 mins).

What do you think of this editing process? Is there anything you wished you knew how to do in Photoshop or Lightroom? Let me know in the comment box below.

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