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    What's this process? (green blue)

    I saw these photos. The outdoor photos have a green/blue cast, however skin looks fine. Originally thought it may be a WB trick with gelled flash.

    Anyone know what process has been used on these?

    http://images4.fotop.net/albums4/Kin...Gemma_Jeff.jpg
    http://images4.fotop.net/albums4/Kin...Day/P3_008.jpg
    http://images4.fotop.net/albums4/Kin...TPW1/JTPWa.jpg


    This one the sky is a bit surreal
    http://images4.fotop.net/albums4/Kin...PW/MG_4998.jpg

    Almost like some colors are pastel while others are supersaturated
    http://images4.fotop.net/albums4/Kin...D2/MG_0218.jpg

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    I'd say they've boosted specific colours/ tones?
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    I would say they masked the figures, then increased hue or saturation on just the background. That'd keep the people out of the process, so they remained skin coloured.

    Or is it the other ways round ...they masked the background and processed. Some selective coloring adjustments maybe too.

    You get the idea. I'm no pp expert....I'm guessing.

    Although sometimes the greenery where I am is actually this green too.
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    I wonder if masking is going on, as it takes a lot of time if you have to mask every photo in a set.
    You can see the suit has somewhat been affected too, it has a blue hue.

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    Maybe they've pushed the saturation on specific channels. That's easy enough to achieve and if you select either the blue or green channel (RGB) it shouldn't affect skin tones which are mostly on the red channel. Just a thought. The things photographer's do to establish a point of difference in style.
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    Pretty simple to do in Lightroom, using the TAT button.
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    For the 1st and last it looks mainly like a reduction in contrast. Can't tell for the in-betweeners.
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