Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Eliminating a problem color, part of Photoshop: Mastering Color Correction (2012).
When you're happy with the overall color in a photo, but there's one color that's …proving to be a little bit problematic sometimes you might want to simply remove …or at least partially remove that one individual color. …With this photo for example I think the reds of the peppers look great and the …greens of the peppers look pretty good. But this sort of pinkish bluish tone in …the reflection on the peppers, is not looking all that good, it's a little too …magenta I'd say. It's just a reflection from the sky, …looks like sorta blue sky blending with red pepper to create this purplish tone.…
But to me it's a bit distracting and I'd like to either tone it down or perhaps …remove it all together. And that calls for an adjustment where …we're focusing our attention on a specific range of color values. …For that, I'll use the Hue Saturation Adjustment, so I'll go ahead and click …the Add Adjustment Layer button at the bottom of the Layers panel. …And then I'll choose Hue Saturation from the popup menu, that will add a Hue …
- Configuration considerations
- Evaluating color
- Basic color for raw images
- Essentials of color balance
- Vibrance vs. saturation
- Adjusting temperature in Lab mode
- Strong color cast removal
- Focused color corrections
- Color matching
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Configuration Considerations
2. Evaluating Color
3. Foundations of Color Adjustment
4. Focused Color Corrections
5. Color Matching
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