Remove a Polaroid Cast

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Use Levels to Remove a Polaroid Color Cast

by Cliff Ping

Do you have any old Polaroid pictures that are turning yellow?

You can you fix this!

I will show you in this video how Photoshop’s Levels can be used to bring the color back to life in a yellowish Polaroid picture. The steps I discuss in the video are listed below.

press the words to the right to view the video: remove a color cast

 

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Step 1: Select, Image>Adjustments>Levels. (Ctrl+L)

Step 2: Redefine the high-light point first.
Select the highlight eyedropper and then click on the image where you think the brightest printable pixel (white) for that image resides.

Step 3: Now select the shadow eyedropper and then click on the image where you think the darkest printable pixel (black) for that image resides.

You can try more than one place. Your last choice is what the eyedropper sets as the shadow point.

The image might still need some color tuning and minor blemish repair but the color cast is gone.

 

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Cliff Ping can train you on how-to better use your Adobe and Microsoft software. Get started with Cliff or ask him a question by sending him an e-mail at CliffPing@gmail.com