Remove color casts from backgrounds Photoshop


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Removing color casts from backgrounds

If you plan to remove your subject from a colored background, you'll inevitably have to deal with color cast from the background. Here we can see a reflective piece of jewelery shot on a red background. If I turn on a white background to show the initial clipped image, you can see a definite remnant of the red background. However, using an adjustment layer like black and white or hue saturation, you can lessen or completely remove the color cast. In the Working Exercise file you'll see a layer called Finish, where you can see the final results. And this is achieved using a black and white adjustment layer.

The process was using the black and white adjustment layer up above, in my adjustments panel, to add a black and white adjustment. The reason that I like using this with color cast is I can specifically target a colored background using the sliders in the black and white adjustments, in this case, red. As I adjust my slider, if I go to the right, I'll lighten the adjustment. You can see ...

Removing color casts from backgrounds
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Removing color casts from backgrounds provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Kevin Stohlmeyer as part of the Processing Product Photos with Photoshop

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