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Thread: can W/B be compensated by PS?

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    Default can W/B be compensated by PS?

    if say the W/B is too yellow/white, can the pic be salvaged purely by PS?

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    yes. I usually use Levels to do it. Might not be 100% effective, perhaps changing colour balance helps too.

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    If you have PS7, Image->Auto Colors does a very, very, very good job.

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    If you want to alter it slightly.
    The variations tool does it well when set to fine.

    Auto colours usually ends up too cool for my taste though.

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    Originally posted by ckiang
    If you have PS7, Image->Auto Colors does a very, very, very good job.

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    yup! check out some of my shots in here, the 2nd n 3rd shots i used Auto Color and the orange cast gone! though some of the pics it dun turn out well that i was forced to use custom colour balance.

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    models!!!

    hmm, will i break any copyright law if i take pictures of models without their permission?

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    Originally posted by shuy
    models!!!

    hmm, will i break any copyright law if i take pictures of models without their permission?
    By right, if you want to publish them (and I think posting on the web is probably considered publishing), then you are supposed to get them to sign a model release form.

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    Originally posted by ckiang


    By right, if you want to publish them (and I think posting on the web is probably considered publishing), then you are supposed to get them to sign a model release form.

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    erm.... does that mean those photos r .....

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