Change Colour in Photoshop

Change Colour in Photoshop


Change any Colour in Photoshop. 


We all know #Photoshop is an editing powerhouse. In this short tip, I show how to change any colour, with little to no effort in Photoshop. 

How to easily Change Colour in Photoshop

It is quite effortless to change colours in Photoshop. There are many different methods, and I picked up the easiest one for this Photoshop Tip:

  • Open the photo in Photoshop and select the area that you wish to change the colour.
  • Use the eyedropper to pick up the colour.
  • Hold the SHIFT key or select the eyedropper with the plus (+) sign to add different shades of the selected colour. 
  • Modify the FUZZINESS slider to subtle tweak the selection.
  • Adjust the HUE, SATURATION, and LIGHTNESS to your liking.
  • Click OK. Good job! 

I picked up a full article about the new Photoshop tools. Click on the link in the Bio section and select “Thursday Camera & Editing Tip” to learn more.

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