In this GIMP 2.10.12 tutorial, I show you how to steal the color grading from any photo and use it or transfer it to another photo. This is a great way to create an “aesthetic” for your photos – or to have all your photos contain matching or similar colors and moods. I use a variety of built-in features that come standard with this free photo editor, including the Color Exchange feature, gradient map, palettes, and curves tools.
This is a great tutorial for beginner GIMP users and photographers to help improve your photo editing skills. All skill levels will enjoy this tutorial!
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