Thursday, June 4, 2009
Precise Color Correction - Photoshop Tutorial
One of the hardest tasks to do in correcting photographs is neutralizing a color cast. Notice how in the image above the white plate doesn't quite look "white". It has a bit of a blue-ish cast to it. In this photoshop tutorial I'll show you a really easy way to correct that.
This is another one of my guest posts over at Darren Rowse's Digital Photography School. For those that don't know who Darren is, he is the author of the immensely popular Pro Blogger blog, but he also runs an equally successful digital photography blog. Darren is a giant in the blogging world, so it's an honor to be a guest blogger on his site. Check out my other guests posts on his blog here and here.
Precise Color Correction With Gray Fill Layers - Digital Photography School
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Labels: Photoshop Tutorials