In this video, learn how to color correct the white balance in product photography for consistency.
- [Instructor] Imagine that you have a bakery business … with a set of nice images like this … to showcase your talents on a blog or a website. … Each of these photos are really nice … if we view them individually. … I'll close the filmstrip so that we can take a look at these … individually without the whole grid. … The filmstrip is the icon down here … or the forward slash key on your keyboard. … Let's close up the library, too, … so we can see these in full screen. … And then I'll use my right arrow to toggle through them. … And you can see this is a really nice set of images. … And if we're just looking at one at a time, … they're really beautiful. … Now let's switch to the grid view … and see how they look as a group. … There's two different grid views. … Photo grid and grid. … The G key will take you there. … In this view we can see that the whites … and grays in each image are slightly different. … Viewed as a set, they don't look very professional. … By correcting the white balance in each, …
- Understanding the histogram
- Enhancing image details
- Adding a vignette effect
- Reducing noise
- Straightening a subject with geometry
- Making creative color adjustments for drama
- Reducing distractions
- Highlighting your subject
- Adding and smoothing detail
- Exporting photos
- Selecting file options for web or print
Skill Level Beginner
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1. The Basics: Composition, Tone, Color
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3. Selective Edits for Impact
4. Get Photos Out of Lightroom
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