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  1. Hello! Here's what I want to do in Affinity. I've got two different images, (of the planet Mars). One is a low resolution one based on a photo through a telescope, and the second is a CGI texture. What I want to do is automatically adjust the colours in the CGI version to match the colours in the photo of the real thing. Is this possible in Affinity? I've been told that it is possible in Photoshop by: Open both images, then: Image -> Adjustments -> Match color -> Source But as I don't have that software, (very happy with Affinity, thank you very much!), that's not a lot of help to me. But perhaps someone who knows both can advise? Thanks, Nick
  2. Hi there I want to match the color of a subjet to background using curves adjustment layer. I wanna know if it is possible to sample three pixels (darkness pixel, midd tone pixel and lightess pixel) and apply those exactly values to subject layer so I can fix the colors, but using curves adjustment layer
  3. I have unsuccessfully searched for the easy way to match the color, tone and saturation of two images or selections to, for example, replacing a face. That is to say that PS does from the menu: image: match image. What do you think of the idea. Is there something similar in Affinity? I'm sorry I do not speak English and I use the Google translator. Regards
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