Setting key colors and Fuzziness


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Setting key colors and Fuzziness

All right, I'm still working inside the Lips.jpg image. I've gone ahead and shows in the Color Range command from the Select menu. I've clicked and Shift+Clicked at a couple of points that are surrounding the lips. Remember that white represents the selected portion of the image, or the area that will be selected as soon as I click on the OK button. Black represents the deselected portion of the image. Any grays represent varying levels of selection. So, light grays are mostly selected, dark rays are mostly deselected. Now I still need to add this border of white around the lips.

That's an area that just wasn't covered by the photograph. I want that area to ultimately be filled with black. But I need to select it first, if I'm going to approach the lips in opposite order, i.e. if I'm going to select the stuff that I don't want to select ultimately, which is the way I'm working now. That means I can either Shift+Click inside of the image window here - I...

Setting key colors and Fuzziness
Video duration: 5m 38s 26h 24m Intermediate Updated Aug 31, 2010

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Setting key colors and Fuzziness 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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