Colour Correction Question.

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  1. Kaylahaha

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    I had to do an assignment called 'love'. We couldn't do any product shots or anything so I used a photo of two friends of mine.

    It looked extremely yellow (from using regular lamps?) so I tried to fix it up a bit.

    I was wondering what's the best technique(s) to use for colour correcting photos ?

    My Proff told us you can use Colour Balance, Photo Filters, Change levels, is there any other way that you can do it?

    Also, do you just go by eye or do you base it off something?

    (Please excuse the Facebook quality of the image :))

    Thanks for any input :)
     
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    it's best to do it in the raw converter using the WB eyedropper...but if it's jpg or etc that method i posted that dave links to works super duper.
     
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