Selective colouring


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Jude62
Selective colouring

Hi I am new to this and was wondering how to do selective colour.

sfink16
Selective Coloring

Try this video -->  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q18_dRPD6ro

If that's not what you're looking for then take a look at all the videos here -->  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGob3KtUcRJqz-GwA5Owbdg/videos

 

Steve

zoinksb
just add hue and satuartion

just add hue and satuartion and use the eye dropper tool

lintujuh
To fine tune your selection

You can fine tune the color selected by the eye dropper tool by adjusting the hue (Range) or luminosity. Select at the top right hand corner the Color Mask tab so you can see which areas are impacted (white). You can also limit this tool to a selected area e.g. if you have two red balls and you want just to recolor the other one. Note, the Color Mask tab doesn't recognize the areas.

 

-Juha