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Getting a consistent color through conditional mode change

Getting a consistent color through conditional mode change: Learning Photoshop Automation
Getting a consistent color through conditional mode change: Learning Photoshop Automation

If you have images that are in many different color spaces, you can use an automate command to quickly streamline them. This is a conditional mode change based on the source images themselves. In this video, Richard Harrington walks through how to use an automate command in Adobe Photoshop to get your photos into consistent color spaces.

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Masking + Compositing Photography Photoshop

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