changing colours on seperate photo's

Discussion in 'Design and Graphics' started by helsinkilegend, Feb 15, 2007.

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    i am currently working with numerous slides that i have brought into photoshop. all of these slides, for various reasons, have slightly different colours. my question is, 'is there a tool in photoshop cs that i can use to change the colour of these photo's at the same time? (basically can i work with several photographs at the same time so that when i change the red on one photograph, it will change the red on several photographs?) any help will be appreciated.

    ty
     
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    PS does let you duplicate adjustments, but it's not really into the parallel processing thing. Some shortcuts you can use to speed up adjustments on multiple images:

    - Apply your changes as adjustment layers. These can be quickly dragged from the layers palette onto other images.

    - Use the Actions palette to record what you are doing, and replay the steps you decide to keep on the other images. (File->Automate->Batch is your pal here)

    - If you have CS3, the so-called "smart filters" can be dragged around in the same way as adjustment layers.
     
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    PS 8 (CS1) does have the matching feature.
     
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    thanks for the help

    thanks for all of your info. i think this will help

    ty
     

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