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Enhance your colors

Sometimes your photo may have an unnatural color tint. Fluorescent lighting, tungsten lights, and bad scans are just a few of the potential culprits. There are a couple of good ways to fix this in Photoshop Elements 3.0.

Correct color casts. To remove a distinct color cast select Enhance > Adjust Color > Remove Color Cast. Move your cursor into the image area and click on an area that is supposed to be either gray, white, or black. This will probably do the trick. If it doesn’t, another way to correct your color is in the Quick Fix mode.

First, find the Color palette in the menu bin and click the Auto button. Then, use the sliders for Saturation, Hue, Temperature and Tint for any fine-tuning.

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