How to Play with Colors in Photoshop


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Adobe Photoshop is a photo editing software that is used by many professional photographers, video game artists, graphic designers, and meme designers. You can use it for all types of image editing, right from minor edits to creating quality graphics. With it, you can bring ideas to life by magically transforming images.

 

It uses images editing features, a layer-based editing system that allows image creation, and multiple overlays that support transparency. One can also add shadows and other effects to the layers. It includes automation features that reduce repetitive tasks. The software gives a “Photoshop CC” option that allows the user to work on content from any system.

 

How to Change the Background Color of an Image?

 

One of the biggest benefits of Adobe Photoshop is its ability to reframe your favorite photographs to make them look more attractive, beautiful, and flawless. Once you know how to do it, you can change the background color of any image in Photoshop using a very easy method. Let’s find out how to do it:

 

Open your image in Photoshop and then click on the quick selection tool and drag it to make the selection. Then you need to check for other details that you may need to fix. You can enter the quick mask mode and then use the brush tool to brush the parts of the image that you want to fix before changing the background. Once you have fixed everything, exit the quick mask mode. Then click on the fill or adjustment layer and select a solid color that will add color to the background. Next, change the blending option of the adjustment layer into the multiply, and your image with the changed background is ready.

 

Photoshop’s photo and backgrounding tools are tremendous and are designed for professionals who need all the bells and whistles for their flawless work.

 

How to Change the Overall Colors of Photos 

 

Changing colors of objects is the typical use case for Photoshop software, and there are plenty of ways to do it. Let’s talk of some tools that can make the task of changing colors in Photoshop easy:

 

Colour replacement tool: It is the easiest and quickest tool you can use to make a color change in an image. The best thing about the tool is that it maintains the shadows and highlights of the original image so that the changes look realistic yet beautiful. Colour Replacement works by sampling the original colors and replacing them with the color you select.

 

The color range command: The tool allows you to select specific colors of your choice on the image you are editing. The user gets multiple options for making selections such as color picker, tonal selections of highlights, shadows, mid-tones, and skin tones.

 

Hue/ saturation: This command lets the user adjust colors in the photograph based on its hue, saturation, and lightness. Hue is the color; saturation is the intensity of color and lightness controls the brightness of colors.

 

Selective color: This tool allows the user to cross blend individual color channels using sliders with Photoshop. It is used to add hues to shadows, tones to highlights, and everything in between to give your photograph an in-depth detail.


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