Color correction is an obligatory stage of work onPhotos that are transferred from the camera to the computer. Almost always the photos before the publication must be adjusted and processed, and very often photographers face the need to correct white balance, which for some reason during shooting was incorrect.
To correct the white balance after shooting, you can use Adobe Photoshop.
One way to correct Balance sheet White is the use of an adjustment layerLevels. Open a photo in Photoshop and create a new adjustment layer by selecting the New Adjustment Layer option from the Layers menu, and then selecting the Levels option.
You will see the settings panel for image levels. Begin to move the slider under the main diagram, lightening or darkening the photo, depending on what effect you want to achieve. In the middle area of the settings window, edit the photo's color balance.
Click on the middle slider and select the part of the photo that should be gray to change the color balance of the photo.
You can also adjust the white balance fromUsing color overlay. This method allows you to achieve the most realistic kind of images. Copy the layer of the main photo (Duplicate Layer), and then go to the copy and open the Filter menu.
Select the Blur & gt-Average option. Invert the resulting image by clicking Ctrl + I. Now set the layer blending mode from Normal to Color, and reduce the layer opacity to 29-30%.
Change the transparency level until the photoWill not completely get rid of the yellowness or blue, and its white balance will not acquire a natural and correct level. Depending on the conditions under which the photograph was taken, and on what kind of lighting you photographed, choose between these two methods of correction Balance sheet White.