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Adobe Photoshop 7/CS/CS2 Quick Coloring Tip


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If your like me and use Photoshop quite often correcting and playing with pictures with color correcting. This works pretty well.

 

Most digital photographs will need some level of color correcting. If you're an avid photographer, this can translate into a lot of hours in your digital darkroom. Rather than start from scratch for each image, why not copy your color corrections over from an image you've already tackled? It's easy to do and can be quite effective if your images were taken under the same indoor or outdoor lighting conditions.

 

To copy color corrections from one image to another:

 

1. Open up the first image that needs color correcting.

 

2. Make your necessary color corrections on adjustment layers.

 

3. Open up the second image that needs color correcting.

 

4. Arrange your images so they are both visible and then click on the first image to make it the active image.

 

5. Click on the adjustment layer's layer thumbnail and drag it over to the second image and release. The adjustment layer is now added to the second image.

 

At this point, depending on the image you may be done or you may have to tweak the color just a little further. In any event, this is a good way to get a jumpstart on color correcting multiple images with the same needs.

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