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iPhoto ’11: The Macintosh iLife Guide to using iPhoto with OS X Lion and iCloud by Jim Heid, Michael E. Cohen, Dennis R. Cohen

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Changing a Photo’s Colors

The Adjust pane provides ways to perform several types of color-related adjustments. With the Saturation slider, you can adjust the vividness of a photo’s colors. Turn down the saturation to create a muted, pastel look or to compensate for a camera’s overly enthusiastic built-in color settings. Or turn up the saturation to make a photo’s colors more intense.

With the Temperature and Tint sliders, you can change a photo’s color balance, fix a color cast introduced by artificial light or caused by fading film, or create a special effect to make a photo feel warmer or colder.

How can you tell if the colors you see on your screen will accurately translate to an inkjet or photographic print? Advanced Photoshop users rely ...

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