Like everything in Photoshop, there are more than one way to saturate the colors in your image. There’s always an easy way around it and a more complex way of doing it with a lot more control. Let’s say you want to really saturate your colors as if they were cross-processed without adding a wild color cast and increasing contrast in your image. Well, in that case, there’s only one way to do that! In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to improve color saturation and vibrance in your photos using the Lab Color space.
Vibrant Color Saturation in Your Photos With Photoshop LAB Mode
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