Let's see another method of color correction.
Please, note that once the "Selective Color" dialog is closed, you can't alter the adjustment layer's settings.
- Open a color image.
- Run the "Color and Tone" script and apply the "Selective Color" command.
There appears a dialog box allowing you to remix colors for various color ranges.
Although Photoshop Elements doesn't support CMYK mode, this tool relies on CMYK logic of color presentation.
- Choose the proper range from "Colors" menu. For example, to remove yellow cast, you select "Yellows".
- Move the sliders to adjust amount of cyan, magenta, yellow, and/or black process ink.
For example, on the screenshot we fade the green color by reducing amount of yellow and cyan ink.
- Click "OK" to apply the changes.