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    I need a few tips. I'm using 3 different photos for my layout. All three has completely different color shemes: light blue and dark blue, moroon and white, and red and beige. The photos fit excellent on the layout, but the colors do not coordinate. I don't want to use the grey scale. Is there anything else I can use? I would post the layout, but I also just wanted to know in general. Any tips? Thanks a bunch!
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    depending on what your trying to achieve with this..

    you can convert them all to greyscale, apply a color fill to each (to go with your color scheme - around 70% color fill)
    then alpha-fade each one progressively stronger.. first one 100% second one 80% third 60% ..

    I dont know that was the first thing that popped in my head lol
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    Ok, thanks.
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    You can add a layer to each in photoshop that has a blending mode of "color", and fill it with a color that suits your desired color scheme for your website.

    Or, you can go into image - adjust - hue/saturation or image - adjust - variations and alter the color of each to your liking.


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