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Wednesday, August 08, 2012

How to Replace a Color

In this very day you guys are going to learn something about using the Replace Color Tool in Adobe Photoshop.

First Step

Load the image you would like to work on in Photoshop. For this, I am making use of the image below:



Second Step

Go to Image > Adjustments > Replace Color.



Third Step

In the Replace Color Tool dialog box, select the Eyedropper Tool. Using the Eyedropper Tool, select the color you would like to replace in the image you loaded in Photoshop. Use the Add to Sample Tool to make sure different shades of the same color have been selected too.


Once you have selected the color(s), simply move around the Hue slider in the Replace Color Tool dialog box to replace the color(s) you have selected. Press OK when you’re satisfied.


That’s it, babe. Final Result:


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