Warming mid tones on a B&W image


Hi there,

I’m adapting my workflow from C1 to DT. In C1, after I convert an image to B&W if I need to warm up the mid-tones, I simply tweak the mids using the three-way color corrector. Alternatively, I can pick the tone using the color picker (the three-way color corrector works fine most of the times).
In DT, after converting the image to B&W (I like the color zones for this), I’m achieving similar results by using the color correction module, warming up the overall image and then I pull a parametric mask, adding some blur to it. I’m quite happy with the results, but I was wondering if others have explored other ways to get similar results.

(Mica) #2

You could use the split tone module with a parametric mask. Not sure that’d yield better results, but it’d be similar.

(Jean-Paul) #3

João Pedro Almeida made dtStyles to simulate silver films : https://blog.joaoalmeidaphotography.com/en/2018/07/t3mujinpack-0-4-0/