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3. From the Source drop-down list, choose the image containing the color palette you want to apply to your current picture.

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6. Click the Neutralize button if the target image has a color cast. You can make further changes in the brightness (Luminance), saturation (Color Intensity), and amount of color change to apply (Fade) using the sliders in the Image Options area. Adjust these controls until your target image looks like you want.

7. Click on OK to apply the new color palette to your target image.

8. Apply any final changes using the Levels command or other Photoshop controls until the images match closely. You'll sometimes need to make a few touch-ups after the Match Color command has done its stuff.

Your final results will look something like Figure 6.34.

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