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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis demonstrates the newly redesigned for CS6 Three Way Color Corrector showing it's functionality (with the exclusion of Secondary Color Correction which will be covered in the next tutorial). Andrew shows how to change highlight, midtone and shadow pixels and even how to customize which pixel are included in each range.



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