ONCE YOU’VE FINISHED adjusting the exposure and tonality of your image, you can focus on making changes to individual colors. Camera Raw makes it pretty easy to do this with the Hue, Saturation, and Luminance (HSL) sliders. To access the HSL/Grayscale panel, click on the fourth icon from the left underneath the histogram.

The HSL panel separates colors and lets you change them with a series of sliders. When you first expand the panel, you’ll note that the Hue option is selected (Figure 16.1), so sliding each of the color sliders will adjust the hues in the image first. The color bar directly under each ...

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