Suby In The House
Thank you all for the amazing comments I received on yesterday's image. Today I have decided to post up one of Sinem's JPEG image from the wedding on Saturday and to also use this image in a tutorial I think you guys will love. J
One of the problems most photography enthusiast encounter and don't know how to correct is the removal of colour casts from images.
In layman's speak, colour cast is that orangey yellowish colour one may get in their images when shooting indoors without flash. If shooting in RAW, this can be resolved in less than 2 seconds. "So what happens to those that shoot in JPEG" I hear some ask? Well sit back and enjoy this 10 seconds fix-up of this problem from all your JPEG images.
As usual, I edit using Photoshop CS2, so where I can remember, I will also provide the shortcuts in brackets for older Photoshop versions like Adobe Elements (AE) 3.0 & above.
So there you have it folks, there are so many different ways of correcting colour casts in images, this is just one of the ways I find easy and convenient. Adobe have incorporated something similar to this in the new Adobe Lightroom 1.0 that as far as I am concerned is heavenly, but that's possibly another tutorial for another day J
They say "the taste of the pudding is in the eating", Printing out your images to
check to see if they work as you see it onscreen is imperative. I printed this image and
a few (okay 130) on Sunday and it looked amazing.
Editing: Apart from the removal of the colour casts, nothing. Time to edit - 10-15 secs
Words & Photography by Suby
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|camera||Canon EOS 20D|
|exposure mode||full manual|