Adjusting one version of a photo to be like a different version.

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Barry Twycross Veteran Member • Posts: 4,005
Adjusting one version of a photo to be like a different version.
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If I have two versions of a photo, both derived from the same original, but processed differently, is there an easy way of adjusting one of the photos (curves, white balance, tone, etc) so it looks like the other? That is as far as colour, tone, saturation etc. Ideally, I could wave a colour meter over the result and get the same readings from the corresponding place in the other image.

I've tried to do this by eye, and I've never been successful, so I'd like an algorithmic way to do it.

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