Predefined vs. sampled colors


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Predefined vs. sampled colors

All right, I'm still working inside Lips.jpg. I've got the Color Range dialog box up. I've gone ahead and clicked and Shift+Dragged in the flesh area around the lips. My Fuzziness value is set to 70. Few other options that are available to us, notice if I want to exchange the selected and deselected portions of the image, because ultimately, I want to select the lips after all. Then I would turn on the Invert check box. Then I would go ahead and select the lips, and deselect the other details. So far, I've done a very good job of deselecting those details, however, because the teeth are fairly selected.

You can see that we have some dark grays going on, which means there is some selection activity inside those teeth, which means we would ultimately be turning the teeth a little red once I decide to add that Hue/Saturation layer, as we'll see shortly. I also have some of this area down, and to the left of the lips selected. So I'd have to go ahead and deselect that regi...

Predefined vs. sampled colors
Video duration: 3m 57s 26h 24m Intermediate Updated Aug 31, 2010

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Predefined vs. sampled colors provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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