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| p.3 #5 · Wedding Hardware and Settings? |
...As mentioned, due to wrong settings, I only ended up with JPEG files and not RAW. I have the current Photoshop, any suggestions to correct the color balance on the JPEG files?
As mentioned by Phil, Lightroom is a good way to do it, but you can do it in Photoshop as well.
I use Photoshop Elements, rather than Photoshop CS, so the exact menu location may be different, but in Elements you can go to Enhance:Adjust Color:Remove Color Cast. You then click on an area of the photo that should be pure white, gray, or black, and the software will adjust the color balance. Photoshop CS should have a similar function. With a bride in a white dress it's simple, but if no one in the shot was in white, black, or gray it would be more difficult; that's why use of a neutral target like a WhiBal card or ColorChekr can be a useful tool.
Raw files have more to work with for best results, but it works reasonably well on JPEG files as well.
I took the liberty of adjusting your photo using this "one click" method by clicking on the bride's dress, and here is the result (darkened to enhance the visibility of the color cast):