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Blending animal pictures with different color schemes

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Apr 24, 2020

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Hi,

 

As part of a present for my girlfriend's birthday, I'm trying to photoshop pictures of her dogs on to pictures of foxes.

 

I'm having trouble finding a good way to blend the color schemes so that the color on her dog's fur lines up with the color on her dog's fur in a natural way.

 

See attached -- particularly the black dog on the right has black/white fur, and most fox pictures have redish fur. Is there an easy way to match up their colors? Seems like there should be, but I haven't been able to figure it out with some playing around and googling.

 

Thanks! (See attached for the picture I'm trying to photoshop)

 

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Blending animal pictures with different color schemes

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Hi,

 

As part of a present for my girlfriend's birthday, I'm trying to photoshop pictures of her dogs on to pictures of foxes.

 

I'm having trouble finding a good way to blend the color schemes so that the color on her dog's fur lines up with the color on her dog's fur in a natural way.

 

See attached -- particularly the black dog on the right has black/white fur, and most fox pictures have redish fur. Is there an easy way to match up their colors? Seems like there should be, but I haven't been able to figure it out with some playing around and googling.

 

Thanks! (See attached for the picture I'm trying to photoshop)

 

arty-pixie-rocks.jpg

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Please post the two original images, because it looks like you already multiplied something onto the dogs. 

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FoxesFoxes

 

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Original pictures above.

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Ah, sorry, I mistook the lighting of the original image for editing. 

 

In this case I would consider using curves to edit the white point, then use Huw/Saturation and andother Curves-Layer set to Blend Mode Color. 

The black parts of the fur don’t sem to contain any meaningful amount of detail … 

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Sorry..I have a no idea about photoshop..Last time my friend gave me a edited picture of my girlfriend's cat. I will ask him then I share with you info..

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