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One Second Color Correction with Annie Leibovitz Photos


How’s everyone doing today? I hope you are all doing well. Much love for all of the continued support!

Today we are going to look at a “quick and dirty” color correction technique that I use a ton when editing photos in Photoshop. We’ll apply this one-second technique to Annie Leibovitz’s photos since she typically uses blues in her shadows and orange tones in her highlights. I thought it would be cool to see what her images look without toning, so we will kind of “deconstruct” all of them. This will then give us the confidence and speed to make color corrections to any image we need; saving us tons of time. As an added bonus, The Master Pass members will get a free download of the Photoshop toning action called “Annie Blues.” Let’s get into it!

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