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Classical Paintings as Photo Filters Using Photoshop’s Match Color Tool

1. crisderaud26 November 2011, 6:43 GMT +01:00

Simply load both your photo and the painting (or whatever image you’d like) into Photoshop. Make sure your photos is the active window, and then go to Image->Adjustments->Match Color. Select the painting as your source, and tweak the sliders to suit your taste. Whenever you find a painting you like, keep them in a directory to slowly build up a collection of “filters”. You can also mimic the look of different films by using film photos as the source!

http://www.petapixel.com/2011/11/25/use-classical-paintings-as-photo-filters-using-photoshops-match-color-tool/

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