The new Local Hue Adjustment Tool inside of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic allows us to to shift the colors in a selected region of our photograph around while keeping the saturation and luminosity values unchanged. We can use this new feature either to make subtle improvements or to create dramatic color changes to specific parts of our image.
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Using the new Local Hue Adjustment Tool is fairly straightforward but you are unlikely to get pleasing results with this tool unless you already understand how the Graduated Filter, the Radial Filter, and the Adjustment Brush features work inside of this program. In addition, you will get a lot more control when using any of these tools if you also understand how Range Masks work inside of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic.
If you are trying to use the Local Hue Adjustment Tool to create soft changes to your photo, particularly when improving skin tones in a portrait, be sure to enable the Use Fine Adjustments option. When this throttle is active, it is much harder to drag the new Hue Adjustment sliders all the way out to some wacky extreme.
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