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Photo editing - Fix the Color Balance

Fix the Color Balance

Do your photos look too blue? Too red? Sounds like your white balance needs adjustment. Here's why: Your camera has to measure the light each time it takes a photo and set the balance so all the colors in the scene look accurate. But cameras tend to get the white balance incorrectly about half the time.

One way to ensure good color balance is to set the white balance manually before taking a photo. Using your camera's white balance control, you can dial in a setting like daylight, sunset, or indoors (check the camera manual for details). Or you can tweak the colors afterwards on your PC using your photo editing program. If you use Photoshop Elements, for example, you can click the Quick Fix tab and drag the Temperature slider until the colors look right. For a hands-on look at how to do that, read "Perfect the Colors in Your Photos."

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