How to Blend Tones & Color Match for Composite Images in Photoshop

How to Blend Tones & Color Match for Composite Images in Photoshop

CHECK OUT THIS TECHNIQUE THAT ANYONE CAN DO! | We’ll use a couple adjustment layers and an eyedropper tool to correctly match color and tone in any composite image in Photoshop.

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In this Photoshop tutorial, we’ll take a look at using Curves, Color Channels, and simple Clipping Masks to quickly and effectively match colors in a composite image using a specific numbers-based technique that is more than just looking at a photo and “knowing” what needs to be done with the image. This technique will allow you to know exactly why you’re doing what you’re doing and how to attack new composite images and solve any color or exposure differences when building a composite photo.

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