March 6th, 2017, 11:35 AM
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Originally Posted by tenstrings
Hi, I'm trying to put two photos on one page. The tone of the photos are different. I can't seem to adjust one to match the other. Is there a way of easily matching tone between two photos?
I use Jasc PSP 9 and the easiest way may be to adjust the Gamma.
Open both of your images, so you can compare them to each other and click on the one you want to adjust.
Go to the Main Menu and click: Adjust > Brightness and Contrast > Gamma Correction.
The box in front of Link should be checked. Now click on any one of the three color sliders (they will all move together).
Dragging to the left darkens, to the right lightens. (You can use your mouse-wheel instead of dragging).
Gamma Correction changes the Brightness and Contrast at the same time.
To change the brightness and contrast separately click: Adjust > Brightness and Contrast > Brightness/Contrast.
Now you can tweak what Gamma Correction gave you.
Hope this helps.
Last edited by see3 : March 7th, 2017 at 02:30 PM.
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