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how to eliminate the green dominance to 400 photos that are the result of the scanning of old slides

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what to do to apply the same correction to all the photos with a single action

I would suggest trying the raw editor with a small batch.

File >> Open in Camera Raw

Select all from the left hand filmstrip

Experiment with the tint slider e.g. magenta is the opposite of green on the color wheel - see image.

You might also try the temperature slider to warm or cool the images.

When done, click the button (bottom-right) “Open Images” to send them into the rgular editing workspace where you can re-save.

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how to eliminate the green dominance to 400 photos that are the result of the scanning of old slides

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what to do to apply the same correction to all the photos with a single action

I would suggest trying the raw editor with a small batch.

File >> Open in Camera Raw

Select all from the left hand filmstrip

Experiment with the tint slider e.g. magenta is the opposite of green on the color wheel - see image.

You might also try the temperature slider to warm or cool the images.

When done, click the button (bottom-right) “Open Images” to send them into the rgular editing workspace where you can re-save.

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I would suggest trying the raw editor with a small batch.

File >> Open in Camera Raw

Select all from the left hand filmstrip

Experiment with the tint slider e.g. magenta is the opposite of green on the color wheel - see image.

You might also try the temperature slider to warm or cool the images.

When done, click the button (bottom-right) “Open Images” to send them into the rgular editing workspace where you can re-save.

Tint.jpg

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thank you so much for your reply. last but not least: I've a lot of images that has been scanned from slides. most are uncorrectly rotated. question: how can rotate horizontally them quickly, with one shot??

thank you again for your valuable support

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PF

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If you are using the Organizer, you can select all the files and use the rotation button in the lower tool bar.

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but I do not use Organizer in order to avoid to use the hard disk memory that is limited (SSD) if compared to the amount of photography data (close to 1GB). I rely upon an external HD.

tks again 

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SUCCESSFULLY DONE 

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