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Photoshop Color Correction is a series designed to help you understand how color works in digital images, and acquire the skills you need to correct color and make creative image adjustments in a variety of scenarios. This is the foundation of the series. Start here to learn how to use channels and histograms to identify problem areas, apply adjustments such as Curves and White Balance, and make edits that change the entire mood of an image. Taz Tally takes you between Adobe Bridge, Photoshop, and Camera Raw, making sure you get the most power from each tool in the workflow. Future follow-up courses will be project-based "quick wins," but you can return here at any time to revisit the basics.
Hi I'm Taz Tally and welcome to color correction fundamentals in Photoshop. In this course we'll be looking at evaluating images and then applying color correction and or creative adjustments to your images. I'll start by using channels and histograms to show how a color image is constructed. Next, I'll show you how to accurately evaluate the color characteristics of an image by using histograms. Then we'll see how to fix color image defects such as unwanted color casts, or change the mood of an image by adjusting its color balance.
We'll be covering all these features, plus plenty of other tools and processes. Such as finishing techniques and outputting your images from various output devices. Now, let's get started with fundamentals of color correction in Photoshop.
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