Matching Colors and Tones in Photoshop

Particularly when processing images as a set or even from the same location, it can be important to take extra efforts to keep things consistent. If you find yourself in a situation where you'd either like to save some time or would like some help keeping images looking consistent, then this tutorial is for you.

Obviously, uses of post-production tools and the merits of personal taste versus viewer pleasure can be debated until we are blue in the face. But, I think we can all agree that there really are times when it would be beneficial to have some help keeping images that belong in a set, looking consistent. That is precisely what this tutorial is here to help you do. I've been a fan of Michael Breitung's work for quite some time and this tutorial is similar to his others in terms of quality and valuable information.

In a quick few minutes, you'll learn some great tools for how to harness the continuously evolving brains behind Photoshop to save yourself some time and make your images look better. Whether you think you have the perfect grasp of the software or not, this tutorial is very thorough and will give you just a few more tricks to add to your arsenal of post-production options.

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