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Chapter 3. Raw Hide: Mastering Camera Ra... > Adjusting Color (Calibrating) - Pg. 72

The Photoshop CS2 Book for Digital Photographers Adjusting Color (Calibrating) So far, everything in Camera Raw has been about adjusting the exposure, or the brightness, or the sharpness, or the white balance...and that's all well and good, but what if your photo is too red, or what if the white balance looks right, but something in the photo is still too blue? Here's what to do: Step One: Let's say after setting the exposure, brightness, etc., there's a part of your image that has too much red. To remove that red, go to the Calibrate tab (along the right side of the Camera Raw dialog)