The machine learning-powered Match Colors feature lets you match colors of one image to the colors of another image. You can match colors of images, clipboard items, selections, shapes, or text to any other images or graphics on your device or the web. The Match Colors algorithm analyzes the source and the target images and then applies a wide range of color adjustments to match their lighting, contrast, and color balance.
You can match colors with single layer or, using a color adjustments layer, with multiple layers in a composition.
To mach colors with the currently selected layer, do one of the following:
To match colors with multiple layers in a composition using a color adjustments layer (all layers below this layer will be affected):
2. In the dialog, choose an image to use for color matching and click Match Colors. Alternatively, you can also drag an image from your Layers sidebar, desktop, Finder, web browser, or macOS Photos app to the Color Adjustments pane.
Do one of the following:
You can manually adjust any of the 37 color adjustments available in the Color Adjustments pane, delete or add new ones.