Colour vi­brancy

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Colour vi­brancy can be a strong de­sign tool, be­cause it can play a big role in how the brain analy­ses cer­tain light­ing sit­u­a­tions. As long as you ap­ply the ba­sic rules, you can use more stylised colour choices that will help to give your scene a spe­cific tone and feel. You can boost colour vi­brancy with an Adjustment layer. In this paint­ing, if I had to ad­just the colour vi­brancy that’s cre­ated by the sun­light shin­ing through the fab­rics, I would cre­ate a Hue/Sat­u­ra­tion layer, se­lect Reds in­stead of Master and in­crease the Sat­u­ra­tion level. This ap­proach means I’m only al­ter­ing the sat­u­ra­tion level of my red tones, and not chang­ing other colour chan­nels.

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