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  • Blue Snow Dilemma

    Has anyone got a good method of losing the blue or any other colour cast from snow photos, I have so far just tended to desaturate slightly, seems quite good but this may be wrong technique?


    Yikes Scoob, it's behind you!

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    Yikes Scoob, it's behind you!

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    • #3
      I would affect it through your color selection. Take blue out of the white channel and see how that does. Plus it won't affect all the colors in you image.

      Crimson
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