How to Match Colors in Multiple Images in Adobe Photoshop


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Matching color across multiple images

Photoshop has a very handy feature called Match Color that lets you, as the name implies, have two or more images pick up the same color and tone. So, there are lots of different uses for that. You might have two images that are completely separate from each other, say a product shot, a shot in a studio that you want to insert into a scene that's lit a different way, and you want that product shot to pick up the lighting of the scene you are taking it into. So, that's one scenario. Another example is like the one I am going to show here where I have got two images from the same series where the White Balance setting was different, or the Lighting conditions changed, and where we weren't paying attention.

We just kind of shot really quickly, but we want this image, which has this kind of warmish tint to it, to match the cooler tint of this other image here. So, I have got these images open, side by side. We want them to be side by side, so we can kind of compare the two. So, I a...

Matching color across multiple images
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Matching color across multiple images provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the Photoshop CS5 Essential Training

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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