Photo Pre-Processing

Sometimes, you might encounter photos with color shifting or poor light exposure, which can be caused by improper settings of the camera's automatic scene mode, or not shooting the photo under the proper light condition. In FaceFilter, you can easily fix these issues by adjusting the White Balance or choosing the right Color Tone.

Case Study - White Balance & Color Tone

Original photo color shows a yellow tinge.

After adjusting the white balance and correcting the color tone, the light source returns to white with more color depth.

Step 1: Importing and Cropping the Image
Step 2: Adjusting White Balance & Color Tone

Correct the photo color and tone style in the Modify panel.

White Balance Adjustments (for Pro only)

You may fix minor color flaws with the White Balance feature. There are scenario-based presets for one-click color correction, such as day light, cloudy, flash, and more from the drop-down list in the White Balance section.

In addition, you may use the color picker tool to correct the photo color. Click on the Color Picker button, then click to sample a color from a part of the photo that you wish to use as a white reference in order for FaceFilter to adjust the image accordingly.

Before giving white balance.

After giving white balance, the photo color returns to white.

Color Tone Settings

You may create vibrant colorful photos from imperfectly lit images such as those which are over/under exposed, taken with a low quality camera or washed-out due to backlighting. There are scene-based presets for instant image corrections, such as backlight, smart portrait, landscape, and more from the Tone drop-down list.

Optionally enhance the preset result by adjusting the exposure, contrast, recover, fill light, and vibrancy values. In this example, drag the Contrast slider to the right to increase the photo depth.

Before adjusting contrast.

After adjusting contrast, the photo has more color depth.