Join Taz Tally for an in-depth discussion in this video Step-by-step adjustment: Removing the color cast, part of Photoshop Color Correction: Dark Color Cast.
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In the second adjustment of our lighthouse image we're actually going to use the…same image that we started with before, which is the Lighthouse_Working.…I'm just going to turn the original curves correction layer off, start over…again, and we're going to add a second curves layer.…The reason why I want to do this is I want to show you that you may have more…than one interpretation of an adjustment that you want to make and you can make…them in the same file.…But if you're going to do this, if you're going to have more than one just…layer, really good idea to name your layers.…
So on this one let's go ahead and double-click on this.…I'm going to call this brightness and contrast, and then kind of my convention…is I go no color correction, no CC.…And that reminds me, oh, what I did on that layer is I did brightness and…contrast, but there's no color correction.…And that immediately signals to me, oh, this is a master channel adjustment.…You can come up with your own naming scheme.…You can call it brightness contrast master if you want, or RGB;…
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