Fix color casts with the White Balance tool Photoshop CC


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Fixing color casts with the White Balance tool

Getting rid of a color cast is another common problem that can be easily fixed in Camera Raw. Let's take a look at this steel door image. I'll open it by using command R or control R on Windows. You can get a color cast in an image for a variety of different reasons. Maybe you've got the settings on your camera set incorrectly. Or maybe you're photographing indoors under artificial light, or maybe outdoors in early morning, when the light is a lot warmer than during the day. Now there are several different ways that we can correct a color cast.

We're actually going to look at 3 different ways. The first way is over in the basic panel, under White Balance, you'll notice that I can change this menu from As Shot to Auto, in order for Camera Raw to do an automatic adjustment, and reduce any color cast. One thing to notice is that if you're working along using your own raw files, you're probably going to see a much longer list than if you're ...

Fixing color casts with the White Balance tool
Video duration: 3m 52s 14h 58m Beginner Updated Oct 06, 2014

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Fixing color casts with the White Balance tool provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CC Essential Training

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