Light blue and light yellow are the most commonly used in classical colors. There are a lot of color matching methods. You can reduce the picture saturation, get a more neutral effect, and then use the palette to slowly add a hint of blue and yellow, and then the overall tone can be a little lighter.
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1, open the material picture, create a new layer, press the letter key "D", before the background color to restore to the default black and white, and then select the menu: Filter > Render > Cloud, determine the blending mode to "filter Color", opacity to: 45%, add layer mask, Use a black brush to erase parts of the bottom that don't need a variable, and the effect is shown below.
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2, press CTRL + J to copy the current layer of the layer, and then fill the mask with black, with a lower transparency of the white brush to the bottom of the selection section to wipe out the middle of the picture to add high light, the effect of the following figure.
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3, create hue/saturation adjustment layer, the whole map, yellow, green adjustment, parameters and effects of the following figure. This step quickly turns the picture into a neutral color effect.
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