Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Removing strong color casts, part of Mastering Color Correction in Photoshop.
When the color-correction you need to apply for a photo is extremely strong, …you might find that a quick technique actually produces a great result very easily. …This is a technique that I commonly use with older photographs that have had a …color shift, over time, due to fading or other damage. …This images has a very strong green color cast. …So let's take a look at how we can use a very quick technique to improve the color …in this photo. I'll start off by creating a copy of the …Background Image Layer and so I'll drag the thumbnail for the Background Image …Layer down to the Create New Layer button.…
That's the blank sheet of paper icon at the bottom of the Layers panel. …I like to rename the layers as I create them, so I am going to double-click on …the name Background Copy here and then I'll type a new name. …I'll just call this Color Fix since I'm using this duplicate layer to correct the …color in the photo. I want to figure out what the actual …color of the color cast is here, so I'll go to the Filter menu and then choose …
- 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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