How to Correct White Balance Using Photoshop

February 09, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

How to Correct White Balance Using Photoshop

This is something very different for me.  I was sent an image and was asked if I could do anything to rescue it as the colour balance was totally incorrect.

I tried a method that seemed to work quite well and decided to write a blog article about the process so that others may benefit from it, too.  However, when I started writing each step down, the process became far too complicated.  So I decided to produce a short video demonstrating the methods used as showing is better than telling for things like this.

Here is the video showing how I went about it.

Here is the final image, too.  I hope you agree that the finished product is far better than the original image.

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Terry McNamara is a Manchester based freelance and commercial photographer and photography tutor.  Here you can keep up to date with the projects Terry is working on and whatever he may be currently thinking about.

 

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