Color correction of photos in Photoshop using the third-party plugin Viveza (part 2)

Hi friends!

I continue the story about working with the Viveza plugin from Nick Color Efex Pro set.

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Today we'll consider an option of color correction, when we need to correct the entire image as a whole, and one specific selected area.

Viveza has a function called "Add control point"

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I choose a photo with uneven lighting.
It can be seen that the berry fell into the shade and lost its structure.

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I open the photo in Photoshop and launch Viveza.
Then I click on the "Add control point" button and put a point right in the middle of the berry
We will see a dot with several sliders.
They duplicate the sliders in the right panel (brightness, contrast, saturation and structure).

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But the uppermost one adjusts the area of effect.

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Now that the desired correction area is set, we can work with the individual sliders.
In this case, I decided to add Brightness and then slightly increased the value of the structure for the berry.

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It turned out to be a perfectly lit volumetric berry that does not stand out in color from the general color range.

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To be continued...
Many thanks for your attention!
Have a nice and creative day to all!
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