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Low-contrast images pose a special challenge when it comes to color correction. Join Taz Tally in this quick project-based course, as he shows you how to analyze a low-contrast image using histogram data, and select the proper tools in Adobe Photoshop to correct its problems.
Hi, I'm Taz Tally and welcome to Photoshop Color Correction - Low Contrast. This is a mini project course. We'll be making color adjustments to a low contrast image. First, using histograms, I'll show you how to evaluate the characteristics of a low contrast color image. Then, will discuss how to recognize, if your image has a color cast and whether or not you want to retain or remove the color cast. Finally, using histograms and a curves adjustment layer, I show you how to improve the contrast of a low contrast image.
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