Correct a color cast automatically Photoshop CS6


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Correcting a color cast automatically

Photoshop offers several different methods for correcting color cast and I'll walk you through a few of them over the course of the next few movies. Then I'll show you an even more reliable method for correcting color cast inside Camera Raw. I'm looking at an image called Color cast demo.psd, in which I've repeated that photograph of my sons on four different layers. We'll start things off by taking a look at the behavior of the Auto commands here in the Image menu, and those are the commands that I introduced you to in the previous chapter.

As you may recall, Auto Tone and Auto Color correct the image on a channel by channel basis, and as a result, the color cast can't help but be modified, whereas Auto Contrast affects the composite image. So it's not going to do us any good. As you can see here on the Layers panel, the top Layer auto tone is selected, and that's that image on the left-hand side of my screen. So I'll go up to the Image menu and choose...

Correcting a color cast automatically
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Correcting a color cast automatically provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS6 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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