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How do you improve a dark image without washing it out? Find out in this quick project-based tutorial with Taz Tally. He shows you how to evaluate a dark image with a significant color cast and decide the best course of action. Learn how to analyze histogram data, and use Curves and some brightness and contrast adjustments to get just the look you want.
Want more information about color correction? Check out Photoshop Color Correction: Fundamentals.
(MUSIC) Hi, I'm Taz Tally and welcome to Photoshop Color Correction: Dark Color Cast. This is a mini-project course where we'll be making color adjustment to a dark image with a significant color cast. In this course, we'll apply image evaluation and color correction into our creative adjustment tools and techniques, we covered in the Photoshop Color Correction Fundamentals course. First, using Histograms, I'll show you how to evaluate the characteristics of a dark color casted color image.
Then we'll discuss how to determine if your image has a color cast and whether or not you want to retain or remove that color cast. Next, using Histograms and a Curves Adjustment Layer, I'll show you how to remove the color cast and improve the overall brightness and contrast of a dark color casted image. Finally, I will demonstrate how to further fine-tune the overall brightness and contrast of this image after you have effected the color cast removal. Now, let's get started with Photoshop Color Correction: Dark Color Cast.
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