I was out photographing some performance art this weekend and took a picture that I really like. I had set the camera set to auto ISO to handle the rapid lighting changes, but this unfortunately backfired. When the lighting switched to the backlight shown in the picture below, the camera decided to shoot at 1/4000 instead of lowering the ISO and shooting slower, and since the scene lighting was LED, which flickers, I got ugly stripes showing up in my photo:
Camera Raw's tone adjustments minimize it but the controls aren't really granular enough to eliminate it, and it causes some funky stuff on her head:
How would I fix this using Photoshop CS6?