Quick and Easy Color Cast Removal in Photoshop

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These two super easy video tutorials will guide you through the process of performing a fast, quick basic color correction.

In the first video, the instructor shows how easy is to get rid of a color cast from a photo using a grayscale wedge. The second video shows how to perform the same task but without the grayscale wedge, which is the most common situation for those photos that are not studio shots.

These videos are part of the Adobe Photoshop CS5 Tutorial DVD, a comprehensive course published by Infinite Skills and authored by professional instructors who have a passion for teaching. Learn more about these training DVDs at Infinite Skills web site.


Color Cast Removal With a Grayscale Wedge

Photoshop color cast removal

Color Cast Removal WITHOUT a Grayscale Wedge

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