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Several ways to fix this photo
Okay, so I'm still kind of a newbie when it comes to taking pictures in bad flourescent lighting. Basically, they all come out looking like crap. And I'm also a newbie when it comes to Photoshop.
SO - I'm sure there are ways to deal with yellow photos in photoshop, but I've got absolutely no idea how. I was hoping someone might be able to guide me in the right direction by posting some steps to correcting all of that or pointing me towards something else that would help me out.
Several ways to fix this photo.
Quickest I know of is to choose HUE/SATURATION then choose YELLOW.
Turn LIGHTNESS up to 100%, and the yellow goes away, leaving this:
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