Whether you're toning several images for a single layout or color correcting one image, Photoshop CS's Match Color command can make this process quick and painless. Using this command you can make broad adjustments to multiple images based on a source image's color makeup or adjust tonal values within an image by adjusting its luminance and color intensity. Let's take a closer look.
You can use the Match Color command to remove color casts and to adjust tonal values within an image. To see how it works:
Open an RGB image in Photoshop that's in need of color correcting (this feature isn't available when working in CMYK mode). For our example, we'll color correct the image ...