The Levels command has been a part of Elements since day one. How it works and what it does has changed little over the years. Generally most people use it to optimize the tone of a photograph, using the RGB channel only to do so.
However, working with the red, green, and blue channels, you can correct the color of the image as well.
This tutorial covers the covers using the RGB as well as the individual color channels by adjusting the triangle sliders of the histogram. It also addresses how to use the eyedroppers, and makes use of an Adjustment Layer to maintain a non-destructive editing workflow.
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Below is a before and after comparison demoinstrating the results when the Levels command to correct both tone and color.
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Until next time…