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Extreme color casts—like the kind that affect underwater photography—don't have to ruin your photos. In this mini project, Taz Tally shows you how to color correct and enhance the brightness and contrast of an image in just three steps with Photoshop. Plus, he'll show how to export your changes and apply the corrections to similar images—handy with color and contrast problems that affect an entire collection of photographs.
Check out the first installment in this series, Photoshop Color Correction: Fundamentals, for more detailed information about adjusting color in Photoshop.
(Music) Hi, I'm Taz Tally, and welcome to Photoshop Color Correction: Extreme Color Cast. This is a mini project course, where we will be making color adjustments to an image with an extreme color cast. First, using histograms, I'll show you how to evaluate the characteristics of an extremely color casted image. Then we will discuss how that color cast was formed, and whether or not you want to retain, partially remove, or largely remove the color cast. Lastly, I will demonstrate how to export the corrections you make to an image, and quickly apply those adjustments to similarly color casted images.
Now, let's get started with color correction in Photoshop, extreme color cast.
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