Have you ever found an otherwise great image to suffer from an imbalance in light temperature by way of a color cast? Often times seen when shooting with a variety of light sources. Sure you could (and should) combine the use of a grey card with fine tuning white balance in post. That’s in a perfect world, obviously, but what if you haven’t, or aren’t able to remove color casts from varying light temperatures in your image?  Well, give this a try.  It’s quick, easy, and effective.

As a bonus, when you remove color casts using this solution, it can enhance the tones in the shot as well, depending on which preset you use in Exposure, of course.

B&W Looks in Exposure for Color shots with Tyson Robichaud

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