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Chapter 8. Understanding Colors and Channels > Using the Match Color Adjustment

Using the Match Color Adjustment

The Match Color adjustment lets you select colors in the image, and then match and change them—using Luminance, Color Intensity, and Fade sliders—to another image. The Match Color adjustment will only work on images in the RGB color mode. Match Color is a great tool to help you get that consistent look you'll need when you need to match colors with your images.

Use the Match Color Adjustment

Open an image.

Click the Image menu, point to Adjustments, and then click Match Color.

Drag the various sliders (Luminance, Color Intensity, and Fade) to adjust the image.

Select the Neutralize check box to automatically remove the color case in the active image.

Click the Image Statistics Source list arrow, and then select another image or layer for matching the color in the Destination Image.

Click Save Statistics to save the current adjustment, or click Load Statistics to load adjustments made to other images.

Click OK.


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