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If your color problems don’t seem to be in the shadows, then you’ll use the Red Primary, Green Primary, and Blue Primary sliders to adjust the hue and saturation (the sliders that appear below each color). Let’s say that your camera produces photos with a bit of a red cast. You’d drag the Red Primary Hue slider away from red, as shown in Figure 3. If you needed to reduce the overall saturation of red in your photo, you’d drag the Red Primary Saturation slider to the left until the color looks neutral—by neutral, I mean that the grays should look really gray, not reddish gray.

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