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Chapter 8. Understanding Colors and Chan... > Using the Photo Filter Adjustment

Using the Photo Filter Adjustment

The Photo Filter adjustment lets you apply a specific filter or color to an image. Applying the Photo Filter adjustment to an image is similar to placing a colored filter in front of a camera lens. Photographers use filters to help correct color problems associated with unique lighting conditions—early morning sunlight or indoor florescent lighting—you can use Photoshop's Photo Filter adjustments to get the same results.

Use the Photo Filter Adjustment

Open an image.

Click the Image menu, point to Adjustments, and then click Photo Filter.

Click the Filter option, click the Filter list arrow, and then select from the available color filter options.

Click the Color option to select a user-defined color filter.

Drag the Density slider left or right to adjust the intensity of the filter effect on the active image.

The higher the value, the greater the effect.

Select the Preserve Luminosity check box to preserve the color of the image highlights.

Click OK.


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