Run the “Rose-Tinted Glasses” action. As you can see, many of the layers are turned off. You can turn on these optional layers, adjust any layer’s opacity, and paint on the layer masks.
In this edit I turned down the “Rose-Colored Glasses” layer’s opacity.
Then I turned on “Contrast Bump” and lowered the opacity.
I turned on “Save the Whites” to bring back some detail in her wedding dress.
Then I turned on the “Vignette” layer and used a soft black brush to remove this layer from the center of the image so only the edges are slightly darkened.
I turned on the “Add Light” layer but didn’t think the hazy light coming from the top worked with this image. But I do love using it on other images like the floral one from Bloom I posted at the top of this post.
I left “Add Pink to Highlights” as-is and decided to paint out the woman’s skin from “Save the Whites” so she would look brighter.
This was a fun edit and I hope you enjoy using my new action! I would love to see your after’s on my Facebook page.
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