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How to enhance colors in sunset photos with a single layer, and get optimal results

Even the magical light of the golden hour requires some enhancement in post-processing. There are a few ways to do it, and Denny Tang of Denny’s Tips suggest one of the simplest I’ve seen so far. He uses a single adjustment layer, and it’s the Channel Mixer. The whole editing process is pretty fast, yet […] The post How to enhance colors in sunset photos with a single layer, and get optimal results appeared first on DIY Photography.
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