The color grading is one of the most memorable parts of any photographer's images, and it's a stylistic choice that we often admire in those photographers we look up to. This awesome tutorial will show you a clever technique for copying the color grading from one image to another.
Coming to you from Unmesh Dinda of PiXimperfect, this very neat tutorial will show you a method for copying the color grading of one image and using it on a photo of your own. Color grading is a very subtle and nuanced art, but it's also the sort of final touch that can really turn a good photo into a great one and help you to develop a signature style. It's definitely worth taking the time to experiment a bit and find a style that you think suits you. And remember, you don't even have to use this technique on just photos. If you have a favorite movie whose color grading you really admire, grab a still frame from it and apply the same technique. Finally, it can be really easy to go overboard on color grading, so be sure to take a second look at your image when you've finished to process. Check out the video above for the full rundown.