Using the Match Color command


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Using the Match Color command

Paintings by the masters demonstrate a sophisticated use of color. Wouldn't it be great to be able to impart those complex colors into your own photographs? Well, you can, and I am going to show you how. The way this is done is with a filter called the Match filter. And what I want to show you is how I can take an image--and the one I am going to use is this image. This is an image that we can distribute to you, but I want you to think of any artist that you like. You can go out on the web and find just about any image by any of the masters that you want, or practically anybody.

So you've got this world of color imagery by painters available to you as a resource. So imagine the painting that you would like to use in place of this one. So we've got this color set in this image that we like, and let's go back to the other image. This is a photograph that I took, and what I want to do is apply the colors of this image to this photograph. So we are going to go up to Image > ...

Using the Match Color command
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Using the Match Color command provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by John Derry as part of the Digital Painting: Street Scene

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Design
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Photoshop
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