Correcting Color Cast

05/10/16

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Correcting Color Cast Using an Adjustment Layer

#1 Open Photo

#2 Go to Layer \ New Adjustment Layer \ Levels (click OK)

#3 In levels window click on "Set Gray Point" the center eye dropper.

#4 Find something in the photo that looks like its 50% Gray (look in dark shadow area) in most cases their will be a color you can use in the photo.

You can also right mouse click and save this color swatch and use it if you're photo doesn't have
a color that work you'll find on on this swatch!. I have found these very useful.
To use it open the swatch along with you're photo put it off to the side of your photo and use it with step #4

   

 

 

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