Modify color with Selective Color Photoshop CS6


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Modifying color with Selective Color

Here we'll working with two different photographs and we're going to take a look at a really powerful yet often underused adjustment, which allows us to change color. It's called Selective Color. You can find this adjustment in your Adjustments panel. Let's start off with this photograph here. You can click on this icon in order to open up Selective Color. What Selective Color allows you to do is to navigate to specific colors. For example, we could go to our Reds. Let's say, we want to change the color characteristics of this red boat.

Here we have different controls, which allow us to change the color of that red and also to change its overall brightness. You can see that we can change these color characteristics by combining these different controls together. Now sometimes what you'll do is, especially with Reds, is you'll need to perhaps change their overall brightness or darkness. That's because with digital capture Reds, the Red channel, it's really...

Modifying color with Selective Color
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Modifying color with Selective Color provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Photographers

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