Using curves adjustments in Photoshop to remove color casts
posted Wednesday, August 23, 2017 at 7:00 AM EDT
Color casts are a common problem in photos and there are many ways to deal with the issue in post-processing. One of the best methods for fixing many different issues in Photoshop is through the use of curves adjustments. Unsurprisingly, you can use curves to remove a color cast.
As we see in a recent tutorial from PiXimperfect, you can use individual channel curves in Photoshop - red, green and blue - to gain a lot of control over color. In the video below, we get walked through the method for using curves to remove color cast and it's very simple and easy to do. It's a good reminder that powerful adjustments don't necessarily need to be complicated in Photoshop.
For more video tutorials from PiXimperfect, click here. A particularly cool one which was recently published can be viewed below.