Here’s a nifty Photoshop tip by photographer Alex Wise on how you can use a Threshold layer to approximate black and white points in a photograph, and then use those points in the Curves tool to remove color casts from photos.
How to Quickly Find and Select Black and White Points in Photoshop
- Published on March 6, 2012 by Michael Zhang
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