Correcting color in JPEG images


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Correcting color in JPEG images

I hope by now that you've seen the various advantages to shooting in RAW, and how landscape photographers especially benefit from RAW, thanks to its highlight recovery capabilities and 16-bit output, among other things. However, there might still be times when you shoot JPEG images, either because you are shooting with a point-and- shoot camera or a cell phone that doesn't offer RAW, or because you don't enough space on your card to shoot RAW, or you forgot to change your camera to RAW after shooting some JPEG files, or maybe you are just stubborn. Whatever the reason, there will be times when you have JPEG files that have slightly off white balance.

That's what we have here, and it's very similar to the bad white balance that we corrected earlier in RAW. The sun had sunk low enough that the camera's auto white balance just went a little bit cool. It would be nice to warm the image up. Now, I have chosen an image with a person in it because the human eye is very sens...

Correcting color in JPEG images
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Correcting color in JPEG images provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ben Long as part of the Photoshop CS5: Landscape Photography

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