Learn about a technique for modifying colors in parts of an image.
- [Instructor] Okay, so we've been moving along nicely,…and in the previous movie,…made a selection that involved hair…and managed to get through that okay.…But what we need to do now is change a color,…because it so turns out that purple is the color…of our main competitor for our backpack client.…So we need to kind of deal with that.…So what we're going to do first of all is,…we're going to make that layer active,…because there's a chance, if you did exactly what I did…in the previous movie, that it won't be active.…
So you click on a layer,…and that way, Photoshop knows which layer to work on.…We're then going to go up to the select menu…and come down and choose this command, color range.…And a dialog will open, it may or may not go black.…I've got a pretty good selection there, funny that. (laughs)…But what you need to is,…just come along here and choose none.…Just in case you're wondering why mine went black,…it's because the first thing it looks for…is the foreground color, and my foreground color,…when I'm not painting in a mask, is this color,…
- The creative process
- Layout and composition
- Transforming images and assets in Photoshop
- Drawing logos in Illustrator
- Designing graphics and documents in InDesign
Skill Level Beginner
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