Below are the images I am going to use for my
"Shop" page. I have a feeling that the shop page is
going to be really basic because I do not have the
funds to purchase a shopping basket extension for
Dreamweaver. I don't really know how I will make
the page seem as authentic as possible so I might
have to provide users with an e-mail address of
where they can place their orders rather than a
I decided to get some pictures from the internet but
to avoid copyright, I changed the colours in the
image and also included the sources.
I used Adobe Photoshop CS6 to change the
colours of the following objects. On the next
few slides, I will give you a step by step
I opened the image I
wanted to manipulate in
Photoshop as my
I then right clicked on the
background layer and
clicked on “duplicate layer”
to create another layer with
the same image.
I then went to the bottom
panel and clicked on a
folder icon to “create a new
Once I created a group
folder, I pressed the “Q”
letter on my keyboard to go
into “Quick Mask” mode.
Once the quick mask mode
is enabled, I used the small
circle highlighter tool to
highlight the colours I want
to change on the image.
Once I finished, I pressed
“Q” again to exit the quick
Then I click on “Select” on top of the page
and scroll down to“Inverse”.
By clicking on “Inverse”, I am letting
Photoshop know that the highlighted parts of
the image are the only colours I want to
Once that is done, I click on “Hue/Saturation”
under “Adjustments” and changed the hue to
+180. The blue coloured parts of the image
are now a deep red.