The applications and features described in this tutorial require CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X4 or newer to be installed.
When you edit photos in Corel PHOTO-PAINT, you have the option to import your images as RAW files. These files are like digital negatives with many more editing options than other image formats.
You can save your picture as a RAW-file, or import it directly from the camera into Corel PHOTO-PAINT.
You will then get a dialog box as shown below.
The dialog box looks much like the Image Adjustment Lab in Corel PHOTO-PAINT, but you have the White Balance option that works much like resetting your camera before you shot the picture.
You can adjust the image even further by clicking the Detail Tab, and in the Properties area, you can find details about the camera settings etc.
But when you do not have access to the RAW-format you can edit the image in this way:
In both cases, there is an excellent feature: The Create Snapshot feature