Color correction
  


Using Color enhance options you may change tile colors and brightness for a better match with the corresponding area of the original image. Sometimes this is the only way to get good looking mosaic, especially when the mosaic was made using a limited count of tiles in the library.  Experiment with different combinations of values to get the best results.

Look at the sample results:

This mosaic was rendered from same collection and was saved with different Color enhance options. See the whole mosaics and their details:

Color Correction mode:
  
0 %
30 %
60 %
90 %
Color Correction 0.
Color Correction 30.
Color Correction 60.
Color Correction 90.


Color Correction 0 %  (No color correction):
Color Correction 0. Color Correction 0.

Color Correction 30 %:
Color Correction 30. Color Correction 30.

Color Correction 60 %:
Color Correction 60. Color Correction 60.

Color Correction 90 %:
Color Correction 90. Color Correction 90.


Blending tiles mode:
  
0 %
20 %
40 %
Blending 0.
Blending 20.
Blending 40.


Blend tiles 0 %  (No Blending):
Blending 0. Blending 0.

Blend tiles 20 %:
Blending 20. Blending 20.

Blend tiles 40 %:
Blending 40. Blending 40.

As you may see, enhancing by Color Correction is not as obvious as Blend tile colors, though you may need to use both together to get the best results. Usually it is quite safe to use Color Correction up to 50% or even more.

Using of Blend tile color has a more obvious effect. Usually it is very effective whilst still being subtle up to 25% but can be acceptable up to 35 or 40% depending on what type of images you are working with.
 
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