To fix a color cast in your camera, you have to give the camera a reference point for something that is white or gray in your photo. But if you can’t correct it in the camera, here’s how you can remove a color cast with PicMonkey.
- Open your image in the Editor, then head to the Basic Edits tab.
- Find Colors, then click the Neutral picker. Your cursor will transform into an eyedropper.
- Find a place in your image that should be white or a neutral gray and click it with the eyedropper. This will shift the colors in your image accordingly, and the color cast should be removed.
- If your image’s colors still aren’t exactly how you want them, adjust the Temperature slider until they look good to you.
That’s all there is to it! With a couple clicks, you can remove the unwanted color cast and get a better-looking image.
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