Join Taz Tally for an in-depth discussion in this video Exporting and applying a color cast adjustment on another image, part of Photoshop Color Correction: Extreme Color Cast.
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For this final project, I would like to show you how…you can really save some time in your color correction projects.…Let's say that you are on a shoot and we've shot 100 images.…And they were all at a similar depth of water, similar…lighting condition, and you apply a color correction to one of them.…Wouldn't it be great if you could take that same color correction and apply it to…all the other images that you wanted to…edit, and keep from this particular photo shoot?…Well, in fact you can do that and it's pretty easy.…Let me show you how to do it.…Well, here we start…with our corrected shark image.…With our adjustment layer, with all our adjustment curves.…What we're going to do, is we're going to…save out the adjustment curves from this image.…
And then apply them to this clown and anemone…image that was shot at about the same time period.…With the same lighting conditions, and at about the same depth of water.…You know, is it going to be absolutely perfectly?…Well no.…But, we'll see if it is going to to be close enough.…
Check out the first installment in this series, Photoshop Color Correction: Fundamentals, for more detailed information about adjusting color in Photoshop.