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Pasting two photos and making the result be not ugly

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2020-07-09 07:33:58 UTC (about 1 month ago)
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Pasting two photos and making the result be not ugly

I'm using Gimp for photo manipulation. Quite often, I'll put several photos in the same image. Unfortunately, if the palettes are too different, the result is generally quite unnatural (I assume it's the palettes).

Is there a good way to de-uglify this?

2020-07-09 16:34:00 UTC (about 1 month ago)
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Pasting two photos and making the result be not ugly

I'm using Gimp for photo manipulation. Quite often, I'll put several photos in the same image. Unfortunately, if the palettes are too different, the result is generally quite unnatural (I assume it's the palettes).

Is there a good way to de-uglify this?

Nothing easy. Not palettes since your photos will be RGB.

You could try the procedure given here:

https://pixls.us/articles/color-curves-matching/

2020-07-09 17:07:11 UTC (about 1 month ago)
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Pasting two photos and making the result be not ugly

I'm using Gimp for photo manipulation. Quite often, I'll put several photos in the same image. Unfortunately, if the palettes are too different, the result is generally quite unnatural (I assume it's the palettes).

Is there a good way to de-uglify this?

Another possibility An old script but I have checked in Gimp 2.10.20

from here: http://www.silent9.com/blog/archives/162-GIMP-Script-Histogram-Match.html

To match one image with another

In the dialogue Colors -> Map -> Match Histogram tick the "Equalize Instead of Matching" option.

2020-07-12 08:17:21 UTC (about 1 month ago)
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Pasting two photos and making the result be not ugly

Thank you very much, I'll try this!