Join Taz Tally for an in-depth discussion in this video Warming and cooling, part of Adobe Camera Raw: Color Correction.
- For our next project, which we're going to talk about…kind of semi-automating color adjustments,…we're going to use this really nice image of the cool Zip.…This is my buddy, the zipper dog.…He's a Cardigan Welsh Corgi, he's 18 years old.…He and I have skied, hiked, and biked…over 2000 miles together, he's quite something.…So go ahead and open up coolzip.cr2.…It'll open up right inside of camera raw,…because it's a raw file format.…And let's do our image eval.…He is cool, no doubt about it.…First is what we always do, we look at tone.…
Overall brightness and contrast is pretty good.…We look over here at the histogram,…and we see plenty of data from highlight to shadow.…Notice we've got a little bit of a spike here.…In fact, it's a pretty big spike.…I'm thinking that might be up in the sky, we'll see.…And so there's really no big tone adjustments to be made.…We look at the color, and we always come over…to our histogram to see if we can get a clue…about what's going on.…Looks like there's a little bit of a blue color cast…
- 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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