blue tint?

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  1. brighteyesphotos

    brighteyesphotos TPF Noob!

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    My camera doesn't have a setting for snow so I got this blue tint. I have CS2 but haven't used it much. It bogs down my computer so I'm kinda waiting to get me a separate computer to use solely for pictures before I really get into it.

    That said, what is the best way on CS2 to get rid of this blue cast? My last two attempts did not look all that natural so I ditched them.
     
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    Okay, I literally just learned this trick in another thread (thanks Fred):

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    In levels, I selected the white eyedropper and used it to select the sky, which should be the whitest part of this particular image. What do you think?
     
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    wow, much better! So the eyedropper, huh? I'll note that for future reference but that picture looks more like what I saw, not that blue tinted one. Thanks!
     

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