Getting the most out of the advanced white balance adjustment


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Getting the most out of the advanced white balance adjustment

One of the image-editing improvements in Aperture 3.3 is the redesigned White Balance brick right here in the Adjustments tab, and I want to show you how this works. Now prior to Aperture 3.3, we had Temperature & Tint. Now we also have two other interpretations, Skin Tone and Natural Gray. Obviously, Skin Tone are for the portraits and people shots, and Natural Gray is for landscape, architecture, images like that, where we want to retain the original feel for the shot, but we just want to improve the White Balance a little bit.

And I'm going to show you how that works right now. Now the workflow that I recommend is that you start out with the Auto button just by clicking on it right here, and you notice right away we get an improvement in this photo, and you'll notice that Aperture chose the Skin Tone interpretation. Now I have Faces enabled, it identified this as a portrait, and then it applied the Skin Tone White Balance correction. Now the other corrections are there, and I can ta...

Getting the most out of the advanced white balance adjustment
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Getting the most out of the advanced white balance adjustment provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Derrick Story as part of the Aperture 3 Essential Training (2012)

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