How to Change the Color Temperature with Photo Filter


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Changing the color temperature with Photo Filter

You may have heard someone describe an image as having a certain color temperature; it's warm or cool. So, typically, a warm image tends to look orange-y or yellow-y and some reddish tones, and that whereas a cool image will look more blue or cyan. So, here is an image where you might want to play around with a different temperature of the image. I'm not really worried about changing the contrast and adding black or white or pumping up the midtone contrast. I just want to change the overall color temperature of the image to make it either warmer or cooler. Now if you're a photographer and you have a camera bag with a bunch of lenses in it, you might actually have some photo filters in there as well that you typically would screw on top of your lens or at the end of your lens that changes how the camera interprets the light.

There's all sorts of different physical analog filters that you can buy for your camera. There is polarizing filters. There's color filters. There'...

Changing the color temperature with Photo Filter
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Changing the color temperature with Photo Filter provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the Photoshop CS5 Essential Training

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Design Photography
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