Have I ever mentioned that I hate blue? Okay, hate is a strong word, but I heavily dislike blue. In photos specifically, I should say. In fact, I'd say that much of what defines my photographic aesthetic is the fact that my shots are mostly void of any blue saturation.
So imagine my anguish the day I fell in love with a blue dialed Black Bay 36 and brought it home for its maiden shoot and edit session. How does one correctly portray the beauty of a stunning blue dial while maintaining the moody vibes of a blueless environment? Thankfully I have a tutorial for that.
I know what you're thinking: you created a tutorial specifically for weirdos like you that hate blue in photos except when it's on a dial? Yes. Enjoy!
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