Join Taz Tally for an in-depth discussion in this video Identifying color casts by the numbers, part of Adobe Camera Raw: Color Correction.
- In the previous couple of exercises…we really focused on doing a visual and histogram…based evaluation of our tone and color in our image.…Now I'd like to step up our game a little bit…and apply some numbers to this.…Because when we use numbers…we really get control of our tone and color…in our images and we really prevent making mistakes…such as blowing out highlights and blowing out shadows.…All right, so let's start with let's just go ahead…and right click, or double click, whatever you like,…we'll do a right click to open this up…in the Bridge version of Camera Raw,…and if you know the image is not expanded…go ahead and click here to get a fullscreen view…so we get a nice big view of the image…and a lot less clutter.…
All right, so a quick remembrance of what we talked about…before is with dark image, low contrast,…because all of the data is contained…between the mid-tone and the shadow.…We also see that there's a large blue color cast…because of the large offset of the blue…in relationship to the green.…
- 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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