Create a Tanned Skin – Lightroom Mobile
Want to create a tanned skin in Lightroom? or do you want to correct your skin tones in Lightroom mobile? If your skin looks too dark, light, orange or red, learn how to change skin tones within a few clicks! We already made a tutorial about correcting orange skin tones you can find it here.
How to create a tan or enhance skin tones in Lightroom Mobile.
Sometimes your skin looks a bit to white or to greyish. The easiest way to change this is, is to go to the ‘color tab’ in Lightroom. Here you can make adjustments such as white balance, color temperature, contrast and Tint. Keep in mind by doing this in the free Lightroom app you change the orange and red colors in other parts of the picture as well. If you want to change only the skin color in your image you have to purchase the Pro version for more Features to get the best out of your pictures and skin tones: These features makes it possible to only change specific skin tones, without changing other parts of your pictures. Having the pro version of Lightroom Mobile also enables features that helps smoothen your skin and remove pimples if necessary.
But for now, How to create a tanned skin in the Free Lightroom App with these two steps:
Step 1# White Balance – Temperature
Sometimes your skin looks a bit to white or to greyish. The easiest way to change this is, is to go to the ‘color tab’ in Lightroom. Here you need to change the Temperature, Tint, Vibrance and Saturation of your picture. If you do this keep in mind that other colors in your image also change the same way. When you want give your skin more warmth you have to raise all these sliders a little bit. After this is done you have probably already a better skin tone.
Step 2# Colormix – Orange and Red tones
After the first step is done you have probably already a better skin tone. If you are not satisfied about the results yet, we have a second step take the second step you could take. Go to the ‘Colormix panel’ under the ‘color tab‘ and try to play with the orange and red sliders to get the best results.
TIP: Just be mindful that each photo is different in terms of how much you should move the sliders to get your desired result.