I've recently started using a digital camera and also making color prints after years of b&w only so color problems are new to me. I'm shooting in RAW mode and editing in CS2. Many of my photographs are made at fairly high altitudes under blue or overcast skies. I sometimes get an extreme blue tint in the photographs, sometimes so deep that I'm unable to correct it by any means known to me. I understand why at altitude and under blue or overcast skies I get some blue tint but the degree of it is sometimes surprising. In fact calling it a "tint" is misleading, sometimes it's so extreme that for example a mountain that's shades of brown and black in real life comes out a solid royal blue. My question is whether there's a simple way of getting rid of it in CS2 without also changing the color balance of everything else in the scene. I've tried using the color balance eye drop in camera raw, using the color balance slider in CS2, making a curves adjustment layer on the blue channel only, and a few other things. But so far the only method I've found that really works is to select the worst of the blue tinted areas and adjust the color balance. That confines the adjustment to the areas I want to adjust (i.e. the severely blue areas) without changing everything else in the scene but it's very tedious and time-consuming. And even when I don't mind changing the color balance of the entire scene when necessary to get rid of the blue, sometimes the blue is so strong that even that doesn't work (e.g. using the color balance eye drop in camera raw reduces the blue but doesn't eliminate it). Any thoughts or suggestions for an easier way to deal with this problem would be appreciated (I haven't mentioned anything about dealing with it in-camera because I gather this forum isn't for discussion of digital camera stuff).