Removing a color cast


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Removing a color cast

A photo can sometimes have an unwanted predominant color, which we call a color cast, depending on the light under which the photo was shot. For example, if you shoot under florescent lights, your photo may have a greenish cast to it and it's typical to see a bluish cast in snow and in fog as you see in this photo. The Remove Color Cast command is most direct way to correct a color cast when you are working in the Full Edit workspace. Let us see how it works. This photo is snow.jpg from the 09_06 subfolder of the Chapter 06 exercise files. Before I apply the Remove Color Cast command to this photo. I'm going to open the Info palette. To do that I'll go to the Window menu at the top of the screen and I'm going to choose Info. The info palette displays the color values of whatever pixel is under the cursor at that time. I'm looking at the RGB quadrant of the Info palette, which is right here and when I move my cursor over any part of this image, I cam see the red, gr...

Removing a color cast
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Removing a color cast provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 7 for Windows Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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