Color adjusting in Elements

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  1. padrepaul77

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    Was toying with the elements and color and hue...makes quite a difference. In general do you find using it to enhance the sky or sunset shots is best? And how high should you go before the color becomes too strong? I guess it's a matter of personal taste. I'm attaching two images; one the one shot with no post-processing; the other with some color adjustment. I definitely like the enhanced color a little more...any suggestions?

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    Yes, it's personal taste...but it's good idea to use a calibrated monitor so that the colors you're seeing on the monitor are true.

    Do you have a good book or on-line resource to help you with Elements?
    The 1st one has a nicer, warmer tone to it. The 2nd image is a little cool for my tastes.
     

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