Color Balance Using Scripts

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Jan 05, 2021

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I used the scripts function to load files into a stack/layers so I could crop them all the same. Every time I import the photos, Adobe changes the color balance of these photos so that the skin tone is that of an Oompa Loompa. What gives? 

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Color Balance Using Scripts

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Hello - 

I used the scripts function to load files into a stack/layers so I could crop them all the same. Every time I import the photos, Adobe changes the color balance of these photos so that the skin tone is that of an Oompa Loompa. What gives? 

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It sounds like your images did not have a colour profile and Photoshop is assigning the default profile (which may not be correct for the images).

The correct fix is to ensure that :

a. All images have an embedded profile

and

b. Photoshop is set (in colour settings policies) to use that embedded profile.

 

If you are forced to import images which do not have an embedded colour profile, then you can use Assign profile on the document and try to assign the correct profile but this is trial and error (start with sRGB and go from there)

 

Dave

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