Removing a color cast with Auto Color


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Removing a color cast with Auto Color

Another common problem you'll run into often when working with digital images is you'll often encounter color casts. You maybe weren't paying attention to your white balance setting on your camera or just the lighting conditions ended up giving a slightly red cast, or yellow cast, or blue cast, or green cast to the image, and you want to very quickly neutralize the image and get back to neutral grays, or neutral blacks and whites. There's a variety of different ways to address this problem in Photoshop. I'm going to give you kind of a couple quick ones. First thing I actually recommend is go to the Image menu, and there's three commands that are called the Auto commands.

There's Auto Tone, Auto Contrast and Auto Color. I'm going to choose Auto Tone. You see what that tries to do is neutralize the shadows and highlights and set a nice overall tone to the image. I'll do the toggle before and after, here's Command+Z and Ctrl+Z and then Command+Z again, s...

Removing a color cast with Auto Color
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Removing a color cast with Auto Color provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the Photoshop CS5 Essential Training

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Design Photography
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