This hind spoken tutorial will demonstrate you how to change color of particular area without disturbing texture.There are many techniques for changing color in Photoshop but in most cases, these flexible technique best replaces colors. Because masks and adjustment layers are non-destructive, you can later fine-tune the results with complete freedom.

When editing images, there will likely be a time that you’ll need to change the color of something in the image. Maybe the white balance is off, making orange tones look a bit too green for your liking Or maybe someone is wearing a red shirt, but you’d really prefer it if they were wearing a green shirt. Whatever the reason, you’ll need to know how to change color in Photoshop. Luckily, this process is not as difficult as it may seem! You’re about to learn three simple ways to change the color of an object in Photoshop, using the Fill command,Color balance,Gradient.

 

Using fill command(0.48-2.50 minutes)

1.Select the object you want to change. The Quick Selection tool  often produces good results. For additional techniques, do Refine selection edges.

2.Go to edit-fill-choose color and change mode normal to color to preserve texture.

3.For perfection on edges,you can use brush tool.

 

Using Color balance(2.51-3.35 minutes)

1.Select the object you want to change. The Quick Selection tool  often produces good results. For additional techniques,do  Refine selection edges.

2.In the Adjustments panel, click the Color balance icon.The selection becomes a mask on the adjustment layer.

3.In the Properties panel, change Color balance settings to replace the object’s color.

Using Gradient tool(3.36-4.50 minutes)

1.Select the object you want to change. The Quick Selection tool  often produces good results. For additional techniques,do  Refine selection edges.

2.In the Adjustments panel, click the Gradient icon.The selection becomes a mask on the adjustment layer.

3.In the Properties panel, change Gradient settings to replace the object’s color.

4.Change layer’s fill mode normal to color mode from layer panel.Adjust the opacity. 

 

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