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Chapter 6. The Color of Money: Color Cor... > Adjusting RGB Flesh Tones - Pg. 175

The Photoshop CS2 Book for Digital Photographers Step Three: Go under the Image menu, under Adjustments, and choose Hue/ Saturation. When the dialog appears, click-and-hold on the Edit pop-up menu and choose Reds, so you're only adjusting the reds in your photo in your selected areas (if you put a selection around just the flesh tones). Step Four: The rest is easy--you're simply going to reduce the amount of saturation so the flesh tones appear more natural. Drag the Saturation slider to the left to reduce the amount of red. You'll be able to see the effect of removing the red as you lower the Saturation slider. When it looks good to you, click OK in the dialog, and then press Command-D (PC: Control-D) to deselect, completing the technique. Before After Color Correction Secrets Chapter 6 175