In this video, learn how to adjust colors by utilizing Hue/Saturation adjustment layers.
- [Instructor] So, have you ever been … in this situation? … You finished rendering your image, … and then your boss or your instructor … tells you the color is wrong, … and you need to redo the whole thing … in order to change color. … Well, guess what? … You don't have to redo the whole thing … if you did it in Photoshop. … We can make color changes really, really easily. … We can make them in a destructive way, … and we can make them in a non-destructive way. … What I mean by that is a destructive color change … is one that actually changes the pixels … and can't be undone easily. … So let's change the color of the coat. … The destructive way to do it is to go … up here to Image, Adjustments, Hue/Saturation. … And when this window opens up over here, … we can use this slider, the Hue slider, … to change the color, and as I slide … you can see it goes through the spectrum … and I can change this coat to any color I want. … So here, how about a purple coat, … I could even make it really intensely purple. …
- Why render in Photoshop?
- Scanning artwork
- Using Dodge and Burn
- Using the drawing and painting tools in Photoshop
- Adding color to your images
- Working with scanned color illustrations
- Layout styles for fashion portfolios
- Working with color libraries
- Creating mood boards
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Basics You Need to Know
2. Working with Sketches
3. Working with Scanned Color Illustrations
Saving for print2m 15s
5. Creating Mood Boards
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