I have two textures of the same section of straight road - one darker and yellower, but a low resolution, and the other is the correct resolution but much too light.
I need to be able to exactly match the high-res image's darkness & hue to the lower resolution image, and then apply the exact same action to four other (light, high-res) images of the different road intersections and curves.
All five high-res images need to seamlessly match each other and an image that the low resolution image already matches. I can't simply match them to that image because it is effected by an un-measurable light source, so I have to match them to the low-res image.
(I'd prefer a way of doing this in Krita but I have old Photoshop and I'd use whatever other software you recommend if its free.)
since the difference is quite noticeable is there any automated way to reduce the difference or must it be done manually?