How To Select and Change Colors In Photoshop – Replace Colors In a Photo

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Photoshop CC tutorial showing how to change the colors of objects.

This tutorial will teach you 3 techniques that you can use to replace colors in Photoshop.

00:00 – Introduction

1. Color Replacement Tool 0:47
Nested under the Brush Tool, the Color Replacement tool allows you to easily change the color of an object by painting directly on them. The downside is that this is a destructive tool.

2.Hue/Saturation Adjustment Layer 2:44
You can use the Hue/Saturation Adjustment Layer to change the color of an object by first making a mask around the object. Then clicking on the colorize checkbox and adjusting the hue.

3.Hue/Saturation (On-image Adjustment Tool) 5:14
You can select the On-image adjustment tool in the Properties panel, and click a color in the image. Drag left or right in the image to decrease or increase the saturation of the color range that includes the pixel you clicked. Hold Ctrl (Mac: command) to change hue.

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