REMOVE a Color Cast EVERY SINGLE TIME with PHOTOSHOP (Lightroom)

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In this tutorial I demonstrate how easy it is to remove a color cast, in post processing, from an image using Photoshop. In the video, I begin in Lightroom but you can begin in any RAW editor you happen do be using including, but not limited to, Luminar, On1 Photo, Exposure X5, Capture One, etc.

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1/350, F11, iso: 200 at 23mm

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