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    Hi

    I am working on a composite with three elements, gargoyle, model and city background. How would you adjust the color matching in order to make the images blend together better?

    Thanks

    Peter
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    Crop of girl and gargoyle
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      Lightness map
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        Saturation map (only shows relative saturation)
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            The girl and gargoyle have warm colors (=white balance) and the background has cool colors (=white balance). I suggest:
            - 'warming up' the background white balance so that equivalent tones match that of the girl/gargoyle
            - applying a blanket (warm) color/soft light layer with 10%-25% transparency that will 'unify' the colors

            Mike

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            • #7
              Originally posted by mikemorrell View Post
              The girl and gargoyle have warm colors (=white balance) and the background has cool colors (=white balance). I suggest:
              - 'warming up' the background white balance so that equivalent tones match that of the girl/gargoyle
              - applying a blanket (warm) color/soft light layer with 10%-25% transparency that will 'unify' the colors

              Mike
              Or change the shadowed areas on the girl and gargoyle to blue like the background.
              Last edited by Shoku; 05-08-2018, 12:47 PM.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by mikemorrell View Post
                The girl and gargoyle have warm colors (=white balance) and the background has cool colors (=white balance). I suggest:
                - 'warming up' the background white balance so that equivalent tones match that of the girl/gargoyle
                - applying a blanket (warm) color/soft light layer with 10%-25% transparency that will 'unify' the colors

                Mike
                It seems to me that this is an ideal option!

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