One quick way to color match an image is to use the Match Color command. You will need two images (or layers), one will be the source image, and the other will be the target image.
First, make sure you open both images in Photoshop, then activate the target image (the one you want to change), and go to Image > Adjustments > Match Color.
In the dialog box, set the source file to the file you want to match. Photoshop will then show you a preview of the color match. You can then use the sliders to make any adjustments you may need.
You can also confine your color-matching to specific areas in the source and target images by creating selections in each image before you open the Match Color dialog box.
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