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How do I simply adjust the temperature of an image in Photoshop Elements?

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There is a walkthrough of the camera raw white balance feature on the adobe web site.

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Does this require the image to be in RAW? – mattdm May 19 '12 at 18:42

You can try using the Color Cast functionality (Enhance -> Color -> Color Cast). There's no temperature range you can click on, so it's a matter of trial and error using the Eyedropper tool over the photo. This approach works also if you are working with JPEG files.

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