How to easily fix colour cast using Photoshop

Before

Following on from my last post showing you the before and after of my images, I thought I would do a few quick posts over the next few weeks explaining my process.

Today is all about how to fix colour cast using Photoshop. It’s very easy!

The image I have used as an example is very blue, due to it being taken with a 10stop ND filter and the lowlight.

You will need Photoshop CC for this but once you see how simple it is you will question why you never used it before? I only learnt about it a few months ago and its such a time saver.

Step 1. Load your image into PhotoShop CC 

Step 2. Select – Image – Adjustments – Match Color… 

Step 2. Select - Image - Adjustments - MatchColor...
Step 2. Select – Image – Adjustments – MatchColor…

Step 3. In the ‘Match Colour’ screen, tick the Neutralize button. 

Step 3. In the 'Match Colour' screen, tick the Neutralize button.
Step 3. In the ‘Match Colour’ screen, tick the Neutralize button.

Step 4. Adjust the Luminance, Intensity, and Fade as you wish. Thats it done.

Step 5. Save it and continue with your other, or normal work flow. 

I think you all might agree, this is a very simple way of sorting it out?

Watch out for the next one…

 

 

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