I need to know how this guy edits these pictures, i know for sure he is using Lightroom, anyone has any clues?
It's like desaturation plus some fixed curves, but i can't figure it out.
tilt shift perhaps?
wouldn't be surprised if under camera calibration blue was shifted to cyan bit and maybe red was desaturated from there
split toning, lifted blacks
no idea what about this makes you think tilt shift, that's just plain old thin dof
What software do you recommend? I only use camera raw basic sliders and that's it, I'm quite a noob with photoshop, what if I want to add some glow, grain, shit like that? Is there a software with some useful effects that doesn't require to learn every single ps tool? Never tried Lightroom
Grain is in Camera Raw. You don't need to learn every tool to add glow, just duplicate the layer, blurred it, set to screen, and lower the opacity of the layer.
You have the most powerful image manipulation program available, just learn to do what you want to do by googling for a tutorial or something instead of trying to find some gimped shitty program to replace it. You'll be much better off this way.
Thanks for the reply, yeah also vignetting and other useful things, what I meant is if there was some other nice software that would make those things better than camera raw, like a better grain algorithm or some other subtle effects that are quite useful and easy to apply but hard to get in camera raw. Maybe an equivalent to camera raw that is faster, more optimized, shit like that. I really don't know what people prefer,
I only use Camera Raw because it's the first and only one I tried lol.
So is just good skills at color balance?
talking about nigga.