What was the goal of the color contrast module… I thought some of the blues looked funny and then zooming on the people they have yellow skin…this seems to be introduced by the use of the color contrast module…but maybe it was a sort of style that you were looking for??
It would seem that the combination of Colour Zones & Colour Contrast push it toward an orange.
Play_Raw equals play… Colour Contrast is not a module I use very often - in this case I was playing with it to compensate keeping blue & green distinct when pushing the green in the Colour Zones.
I often find that the colours when editing at 100% look OK - but when scaled look out of place - and again when uploaded to pixls it looks different again. One example is the Play_Raw " Building against a pink sunset" where it looked subtle with detail on my setup. But once scaled & exported and uploaded it was much brighter than I intended. I also have a few images of young women at a recent African event and depending on zoom and export scale the blue dresses change colour dramatically.
At least on my setup:
Without Colour Zones (General) & Without Colour Contrast
The face of the RHS girl looks pink. Whereas, the LHS girl looks pale. The plastic bag looks a baby blue. The number plate looks too dark. The blue tights look navy blue.
With Colour Zones (General) & Without Colour Contrast
The face of both LHS and RHS girls look pink or flustered. The plastic bag still looks baby blue. The number plate looks closer. The blue tights look navy blue.
With Colour Zones (General) & With Colour Contrast
The face of RHS girl now looks OK; whereas, the LHS girl now looks tanned (towards orange). The plastic bag now looks a better blue. The blue tights now look neon blue. The number plate looks a little too bright.
Without Colour Zones (General) & With Colour Contrast
The face of the RHS girl hasn’t changed much; whereas, the LHS girl looks darker tan. The plastic bag hasn’t changed. The blue tights still look neon blue. The number plate looks OK.