Adjusting color in Quick Fix


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Adjusting color in Quick Fix

Some photos suffer from problems with color. There may be an unwanted colorcast or some of the colors may be oversaturated or too desaturated or you may need to adjust the color temperature of an image. Let's take a closer look at the color controls in the Quick Fix workspace to see how we can use them to fix those problems. The color controls are located here in this panel, the Color panel and in the Balance panel. I'll start in the Color panel with the Auto control. The Auto control comes in handy for removing colorcasts. A colorcast like the blue colorcast in this photo is usually caused by the light in which the photo was taken.

This was taken in a shaded canyon, so the rocks look more blue, than they did to my eye when I was there in the canyon. But a single click, on the Auto color button, can solve that problem, neutralizing the blue that was visible primarily in the midtones in the rocks. Keep in mind that you don't always want to remove a colorcast. There are some imag...

Adjusting color in Quick Fix
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Adjusting color in Quick Fix provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 9 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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