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Oct 20, 2012, 08:17 #1
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Photoshop CS3 color replacement hue adjustment not working
I'm trying to change color of a selection of an image using the color replacement hue adjustment slider. When I move it to the right, the color doesn't change. See the attached screen shot, where the hue has been adjusted to +44, but the color in the result box is still white. photoship_hue_adjustment_slider.gif
What am I missing?Paul C.
Oct 20, 2012, 13:23 #2
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alas, color theory. black and white are not hues , as such they can't be adjusted mathematically ( which is what the color adjustment tool does) .
This doesn't mean you cant do what you want tho. Here are a few ways:
1) CHANNEL MIXER. You will have to know some math and some color theory but that is method will allow you to use the sliders to arrive at a color that pleases you.
2) A better way, because its non destructive ( if that matters to you) is to duplicate your layer. On the LOWER layer fx->color overlay, and pick the color you want from the color picker. On the layer above , which must be grayscale, or better yet B&W, set the blending mode to :multiply
3) chose your foreground color. use the magic wand (or whatever selection method you feel gives you most control to get the area you want ) and OPTION (alt on PC) DELETE
Hope those help
BTW am flagging this post to be moved to the GRAPHICS forum so that other members may also provide help.Tips for better/ faster SitePoint forum answers
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