Step 1 & 2 – Go to the “Colour” Tab; Select “Mix” by Clicking the Colour Wheel
Step 3 & 4 – Choose the Colour that Should Pop Up; Increase Saturation and Luminance
Bringing up the saturation and luminance are both optional. However based on my experience, I would strongly recommend you do so. The reason is to enhance the contrast and effect by making the colour pop even further. Bringing up the luminance slightly gives you a brighter tone of the colour.
Step 5 – Desaturate Other Colours One by One
Do you have to completely desaturate all other colours by making everything -100? No. At the end of the day, you decide what you want. Do you want to keep a slightly blue tint of the sky? Or slightly greenish tint of the trees? That is completely up to you. Feel free to work around and find the best settings that you like most.
Step 6 – Done!
Voila! Done! Look at the result! Of course, like what I did in the video, you may feel the need to adjust the Light and Effects. Adding vignette will give a more cinematic feel too!
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