Another use for the Hue/Saturation layer in Adobe Photoshop is to recolorize things. This could be be quite effective if you're a graphic designer. How do you recolorize artwork with a Hue/Saturation layer in Photoshop? In this video, learn how to use a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer to do just that.
- Now one other method that you might find…a hue saturation adjustment layer…useful for is recoloring artwork.…You see, when you roll the hue,…all the colors shift around the color wheel.…So if you've used good graphic design techniques…and have set colors that are contrasting on the color wheel,…well as you shift one color, the others shift as well.…And this makes it very easy…to try out multiple color combinations.…Let me show you how this works.…Let's take a look at a more graphic design type example…for something a bit different.…
In this case, we've got a logo that's been built.…A texture, the logo itself using layer styles for a bevel,…the fill and a little bit of an overlay texture…to give it a particular look or feel.…And what I can take advantage of…is a hue saturation adjustment layer.…Now you've learned about a couple of technologies earlier…that we're gonna revisit.…First up, staking order matters.…So if I add the hue saturation adjustment layer…and put it at the very top here,…and it is not grouped with previous,…
- Adjustment layer basics
- Improving color and contrast with Auto Curves and Auto Levels
- Creating custom black-and-white effects
- Using a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer to recolor artwork
- Expert color grading with color lookup tables
- Using gradient maps
- Making nondestructive adjustments with Smart Objects and stack modes
Skill Level Advanced
Photoshop: Filters for Photographywith Chris Orwig1h 36m Advanced
1. Adjustment Layer Essentials
2. The Hidden Power of Auto
3. Beyond Black and White
5. Expert Color Grading with Color Lookup Tables
6. Gradient Maps
7. Smart Objects
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