How To: Color correct in Photoshop to compensate for bad light

Color correct in Photoshop to compensate for bad light

Once you've adjusted the levels of a photo, the next thing you want to do is color correct. The Photoshop techniques used here compensate for bad AWB (auto white balance) settings on point and shoot cameras, or in situations where you had less than ideal light.

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