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Color Correcting Photographs Using the Curves Adjustment

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There are a number of ways that you can color correct an image in Photoshop. The method that we are going to be demonstrating in this tutorial is through the use of a curves adjustment layer. Some of the advantages of using a curves adjustment layer for this type of correction is that the image file size is minimally impacted and you can easily go back at anytime to modify your adjustments if your not satisfied with the results. Let's get started!


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