Join Taz Tally for an in-depth discussion in this video Adjusting color using tone curves, part of Adobe Camera Raw: Color Correction.
- [Voiceover] In this segment we're going to…focus on learning how to use Curves…to achieve a color correction using Adobe Camera Raw.…Now you've already learned a couple…of different techniques for doing color corrections.…And it's nice to have a couple of different tools…in your color correction quiver,…because some images lend themselves…to one kind of correction, and others to another.…This image, as you're going to see,…really lends itself to Curves adjustments,…and I'll show you why.…So go ahead and launch this image,…bring it into Adobe Camera Raw,…and let's start with our evaluation of the image.…First of all, this is an image I took…cross-country skiing in my home…in southern Kenai Peninsula in Alaska during the winter.…
Beautiful horizons, and you can just ski for days.…I never see another soul, so it's a beautiful landscape.…But like so many images that I shoot…on bright sunny days, the color balance…isn't all that I want it to be,…even though I pay attention to setting…the color balance on my camera,…
- Working between Camera Raw, Photoshop, and Lightroom
- Evaluating color
- Identifying color casts by the numbers
- Making white-balance adjustments
- Setting critical highlights and shadows
- Adjusting skin tones
- Applying creative adjustments
- Correcting multiple images
Skill Level Intermediate
Learning Photoshop Color Correctionwith Taz Tally4h 9m Beginner
Advanced Photoshop Color Correctionwith Taz Tally5h 2m Advanced
1. Camera Raw Workflow and Tools
2. Evaluating Color in Camera Raw
3. Correcting Color in Camera Raw
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