Michael Woloszynowicz is a great photographer and retoucher. Not only that, but he is a great instructor. His videos always provide clear and detailed instructions on techniques many of us want to know. Recently, Michael released this video regarding the issue of color casts on models. Although Photoshop offers many tools to get close, this method is a truly a brilliant way of thinking.
Being able to utilize color theory, the effect is natural and subtle. Most great retouching techniques implement gentle and subtle approaches in order to get to the end result.
Although we see the use of a portrait in the video, keep in mind that this technique can be used for any type of image. If you ever have an issue with a color cast coming into the frame from an outside influence, this will take care of it.
Also as a quick heads up for anyone interested, I will be teaching a few retouching classes at the Fstoppers Workshop in the Bahamas this May. I'll be going over my workflow and techniques that I use on a regular basis. I kept the cost of my class low so that everyone can make it out. Check out the details here: http://fstoppersworkshops.com/pratik-naik/. Come out and spend some time with us, you need that break! Check out the promo video on what you can expect at this year's workshop!