In this tutorial I’ll show you how to match the colors of different images using the Match Color command, but first there are a few things you should now about this command. The Match Color command is useful for matching color between multiple images, multiple layers or multiple selections. It works only in RGB mode. This command matches colors in one image, which is called the source image, with colors in another image, called the target image. It’s a very useful command but bear in mind it won’t always give the results you expected, as this depends on the colors of both images. That said, let’s begin!
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