How to recover from a white balance DISASTER!

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  1. lu

    Love your voice. and thats a cool thing , will check it out now

  2. Brian Taylor

    Well worth remebering that you can still use Camera Raw on jpegs. Thanks Steve.

  3. marsha

    wow- I never knew about this…It is even available in PS elements!!

  4. Kay Richard Washburn

    Thank you for sharing. I am a newbie with photography. I mean I have been shooting all my life but am just learning more about it. I hope you got the credit for your photograph that was on Flikr and the Russian cd.

  5. Al

    When I switch to RAW…the files that were jpegs go blank…with nothing to select. Tried as short cut and as drop down menu with same result. Your video makes it seem so easy but I did not get the jpg file to open with the RAW sliders.

  6. Marie

    Very interesting, Will have to give it a try.

  7. skimoy

    Thank you !!!!!
    Your instructions are easy to follow….

  8. Evan Christie

    Hi Steve. Just thought I’d share this if anyone is interested:
    As you are probably aware both Lightroom & Camera Raw do not make available the full range of White Balance presets in the Basic Panel when editing JPEGS. You are limited to 3 options. So I have created user presets for the others such as Cloudy & then if I need to I’ll adjust the sliders further. I find this speeds up my workflow.
    Thanks & love the way you present your videos.

  9. Lexi

    I have used this as well. In Bridge, you can select your jpeg and select File > Open in Camera Raw… or press Command-R (on a Mac).

  10. Maggi Fuller

    Thanks Steve, really useful.

  11. Céline Morisset

    Hi Steve, thank you for giving those short and sweet “How to” videos. They are always so helpful and easy to understand. You are tops!


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