Is there any feature in any piece of software that will allow you to homogenize the color/contrast/brightness etc. in a group of images? I take pictures of many products for display on the web, and there is A LOT of tweaking/adjusting etc. involved in making them look true to the original and all match with each other. What is the best way to go about this? Thanks!
In photoshop you can use something called actions to automate a batch of images. But saying that its not a good idea because not all images are the same and they probably would require different levels of corrections.
I would do them individualy if I were you
Yeah, what I need is a way for all of the images to be adjusted auctomatically so they all match without individual attention....
Yeah, if you're looking to do all images in a folder or something like that, Photoshop can batch 'em for you! Take a glance at your help in PS and read this thread. Then all you have to do is wait for Creole to chime in (the man is actually an unsharp mask -- he's that good!)... ;-)