If you are an editor or photographer, I would venture to say that red is one of your least favorite colors! Why? Because of the problems it creates! Am I right? Haha!
When someone wears it, it casts an awful color onto the subject’s face, and makes it almost impossible to get perfect skin tones. And even if it’s no where near a face, red often photographs florescent, bright, and over bearing! It tends to stand out like a beacon in the photo.
But there is a quick and simple way to tone those reds down. Watch this quick tutorial and never fear reds again!
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Until next time, Happy Editing!