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FrankSRGB Silver Member Nikonian since 09th Aug 2009Wed 26-Sep-12 05:53 AM
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#1. "RE: Best way to reduce red in an image?"
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In Quick Fix you can ...
Reduce Exposure Compensation
Increase Highlight Protection
Reduce Saturation

Any of the those will move the right edge of the histogram to the left. But a combination of two or all three might be a better approach depending on how far you have to move the sliders. I always try to leave a little extra space in the histogram when using the Develop module. This provides some wiggle room to account for subsequent processing with Edit steps, and is especially useful when converting to sRGB.

Regards,
Frank

  

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