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Grading Using Texture Blending

Grading Using Texture Blending

Sometimes we like to create more muted colors and softer look in our images.

Here is an example:

We like the scene with some nice elements:

  • Hay wheels

  • Three trees

  • Tractor with dust

  • Forest as a backdrop

We still like to improve the mood of that late summer day in Germany.

Here we use our Texture Blending to grade the image:

The texture used is here:

While the first version is more realistic we find the graded version to reflect better the feeling of the scene.

One more Sample (same process):

Let us know what you think.

Our Texture Blending Resources.

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Uwe Steinmueller

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