6 ways to change color in photoshop

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6 ways to change color in photoshop

  1. 1. By:Tricia Springfield
  2. 2. 1. Go to the image tab 2. Scroll to adjustments 3. Select Hue/Saturation 4. Select the range you want to modify using the bottom sliders 5. Move the hue slider
  3. 3.  PLEASE NOTE:This method does not work well on objects whose color is very close to the background color. 1. Click Select > Color Range 2. Select add to sample eyedropper 3. Click different parts of your object to select a color with the eyedropper 4. Move the fuzziness slider until the whole object appears white
  4. 4. 1. Select the brush tool (make sure the opacity it set to 100% and the flow 30%) 2. Create a new layer 3. Choose your color 4. Brush over your object until you cover it entirely, erase any unwanted parts 5. Change the blend mode to hue
  5. 5. 1. Duplicate the current layer. 2. Go to Image>Adjustments>Hu e/Saturation 3. Move the HUE slider until the object has your desired color. 4. Select the EraserTool(E). Change this tool's Opacity to 100% and flow to 45%. 5. Erase the background.
  6. 6.  PLEASE NOTE:This method does not work well on objects whose color is very close to the background color. 1. Duplicate your image layer 2. Image>Adjustments> Replace Color. 3. Select add to sample eyedropper 4. Click different parts of your object to select a color with the eyedropper
  7. 7. 5. Move the fuzziness slider until the whole object appears white 6. You may need to use Replace Color several times. 7. After you're done with replacing the color put this layer's blending mode on Color.
  8. 8.  This is the most accurate method, but it also takes the longest. 1. Select the PenTool 2. Draw a shape that covers the entire object. 3. Then again using the pen tool draw other shapes on that parts of the object that will not be colored. 4. Use the "Exclude overlapping shape areas" from the PenTool bar (just under the top menu bar).
  9. 9. There's no "best method" for recoloring an object. Each image may require a different method so the best "one" is to learn as many as you can. Knowing many methods for recoloring an object will make your work much easier, faster and the outcome will be better.

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