Match color command in Photoshop Elements

New Here ,
Jun 14, 2020 Jun 14, 2020

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I've read that in Photoshop there is a Match Color command to match the colors between two images. Is such a command also available in Photoshop elements? If not is there a way to achieve the same in Elements? Thanks!

 

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Adobe Employee ,
Jun 14, 2020 Jun 14, 2020

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Hi there,

 

Photoshop Elements does not have an equivalent feature like "Match Colors" in Photoshop.

 

It would really help if you can share your feedback on our community: https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/categories/photoshop_family_photoshop_elements

 

Since this forum is monitored by our engineers and they will review it for future product development.

 

Thanks, 

Akash

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Hi Akash,

Thanks for your quick reply. As you suggested I've made a posting in the community as an idea.

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Dave

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LEGEND ,
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I think it can only be done manually in PSE. In the example below (see web images) I have selected the woman and made a composite with the background. I’ve then added a hue/saturation adjustment layer and clipped it to layer 1 so that it only affects the woman and not the background. I adjusted the lightness and saturation sliders to get a more acceptable blend. You could also try a highlights/shadows adjustment layer.

 

GGeshBefore.jpg

 

GeshAfter.jpg

 

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Hi 99jon,

 

Thanks for your tip. I'm looking to copy the color style, not the objects, from one image file to another image file. 

 

Kind regards,

Dave

 

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Jun 14, 2020 Jun 14, 2020

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What is "color style", Dave? Please expand on this so that we may be able to help in a meaningful way.

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Hi hatstead,

 

Thanks for replying. 

 

This is Image1: This image has a too lighter green color.

Image1: This image has a too lighter green color.Image1: This image has a too lighter green color.

 

This is Image2: This is a more correct color style. Would like to copy this color style to Image1 and to other simular images. Some sort of batch processing would be ideal, as I have a numer of images that need simular treatment.

 

Image2: This is a more correct color style. Would like to copy this color style to Image1.Image2: This is a more correct color style. Would like to copy this color style to Image1.

 

Kind regards,

 

Dave

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LEGEND ,
Jun 14, 2020 Jun 14, 2020

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Use the menu:

File >> Open in Camera Raw

Select a batch and when the camera raw dialog opens click select all (Top Left)

Adjust the sliders e.g highlights, shadows, saturation.

When done click the button “open images” to send them into the regular editor.

 

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Thanks 99jon. I'll try this out.

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