Exposure Editing - Fixing Color Casts

The balance of colors is a crucial aspect of the success of a photo. Trained eyes, like those of professional photographers, see subtleties in the tones easily, where the average person may not notice. Color casts are visible color tints in an image. They can appear for various reasons, from camera settings, to mixed light sources, or from reflected color in the scene they were captured. When color casts are mentioned, it’s usually in order to remove them from an image.

Watch this video for a lesson about correcting unwanted color casts in photos. You’ll hear advice on identifying color tinges and see the best methods for neutralizing them effectively.

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