Hey all, have been inactive for a little while now, but I recently have come up with a very time consuming edit process that I'm looking for advise on. I just shot a large christening this past weekend and here's my dilemma. During the reception, I was firing my flashes off the ceiling (The flashes were not gelled) and of course I got the color cast from the "beigish" ceiling (if I may create that word). So I got this yellowish color cast on my pictures...it's a slight cast, but one that I wanted to correct. So I ran em through photoshop, set my white and black tones, and then adjusted through an adjustment layer for color balance and it came out looking much better. Check out the pictures attached. There has got to be a better way to edit these photos rather than having to open each file and apply the 2 adjustments as above. I know I can write an action in photoshop for the color balancing, but I'm not sure about the B&W tones. Btw also worthwhile to mention that I shot on automatic white balance. Would purchasing like an 18% grey card help in shooting receptions and events like this and to set a custom WB temp? I mean will that help with my white and black tones? So I would show up for the reception, shoot the cardI wouldn't think that would help with the color cast, but what are your opinions...Thanks.