Here is a photo that needs some adjustment:
Notice the yellowish tone? That was caused by taking the photo in candescent light without a flash (and without properly adjusting the white balance on my camera). There is an easy fix for it though, just a click of the mouse actually - it's quite amazing!
Just follow these steps:
1. Go to the "Enhance" drop down menu at the top of the screen
2. Click on "Adjust Color" then "Remove Color Cast"
3. When the dialogue box pops up, your cursor will turn into an eyedropper. Use this eyedropper to click on anything in the photo that should be gray, white or black (personally, I've found white objects work the best - if you have one in the photo). You will see the color balance change as soon as you click on something, so feel free to try out different objects until you achieve the look you want. Sometimes you need to play around with it to find the right balance. Once you're satisfied, click on OK in the dialogue box and your changes will be saved.
4. Once you've clicked OK, you can toggle back and forth between the original and enhanced photos just by clicking on the Undo and Redo buttons in the top right corner of the screen. This will show you just how much your photo has changed. Here are the before (top) and after (bottom) shots of my photo:
What a difference! It's amazing how much just one little adjustment can make. I hope you find this tutorial useful with your photo editing. Have a great week :)