How to Get Perfect White Balance Using Enchanted Garden Presets
White Balance is a question we get asked about quite a bit when using presets. When using the Enchanted Garden Preset Collection, we have included some preset options to help you get the best results with as little tweaking as possible.
Each of the presets included in this collection have the white balance set to Auto. By doing this, we give the most amount of images the best results possible. However, if your particular image does not look it's best adjusted with this white balance setting, we have created and included some additional one click presets you can use to get the white balance just right.
Enchanted Garden Preset White Balance Options
WB Fix I: This preset will change your white balance back to As Shot instead of Auto. I find this to work really nicely for me and my camera. As always, check it before making any other adjustments.
WB Fix II: This preset will change your white balance to the Daylight setting. This setting looks good for a lot of images as well and you may find it looks awesome on your outdoor images.
WB Temp Cool: After choosing which of the white balance options works best for your image, this preset will cool things down a little if needed.
WB Temp Warmth: After choosing which of the white balance options above works best for your image, this preset will warm things up a bit if needed.
Targeted White Balance Adjustments
If portions of your image still need a slight white balance adjustment, we have included several brush options to help. These are located on the right-side of the Develop Module. Click on the Adjustment Brush tool and find your options next to the word "Effects". These brushes are especially helpful for skin tones.
Balance Pink on Faces: Just like it says, this brush can be used any time you see a little too much pink on the face of your subject.
Correct Orange/Red: This brush will help you correct areas where too much orange or red has been added. I love this brush for correcting skin tones as well.
Watch in this video as I use each of these different options to make white balance adjustments to a few images!