How to Change the Color of Something on Photoshop?

by Cynthia Strickland digital marketing professional

Adobe Photoshop is one of the best software for photo editing, retouch, graphic designing, and digital art, etc. It offers you flexibility and depth in the editing procedure and design as well as gives powerful editing utilities that, once combined, are able to just about everything. Also, it is available for Mac and Windows users. So, if you want to modify the color of something on Photoshop, then here are the instructions are given below.

Color Replacement Utility

The users intended to change the color of something on Photoshop can do so via colour replacement utility through the below-written guidelines. If you have already tried this solution, then proceed further to the next fix.

  1. Firstly, locate the utility of ‘Color Replacement’ beneath the Brush Tool then click on it.
  2. After that, choose the applicable brush tip.
  3. You should adjust the mode of blending to color.
  4. Select an applicable ‘Sampling option- ‘Continuous,’ ‘Background Swatch,’ or Once. 
  5. In case you select the option of Continuous, you should move the mouse above the picture and change the color by selecting it.
  6. Using Background Swatch changes colors in areas that have a recent Background color.
  7. Then select an applicable changing option within Limits. The options of Discontiguous and Contiguous will understand that pixels will get a fresh color. In case you choose the Find Edges, and the pixels will get the fresh color but keep edges sharp to the object.
  8. The option of Tolerance will, according to the fresh color, you would like to add to the object.
  9. Later, choosing the option of Anti-aliased will keep the edges smooth.
  10. For objects, select the fresh color.
  11. You should click on the color you would like to remove.
  12. Now move or select the picture to save the settings.

Saturation or Hue Settings

  1. Firstly, check the preferred object which color you would like to modify.
  2. You should choose the option of ‘Hue/Saturation’ within the section of Adjustments.
  3. Navigate to the section of Properties and locate the Saturation and Hue.
  4. Finally, set these settings to show the preferred color.
  5. If you would like to change the default shade, you should select the option of Colorize and modify the settings to show the preferred color.
  6. Normally, you can modify the option of Lightness whether you would like to stay the default contrast of the picture.

Cynthia Strickland is a creative person who has been writing blogs and articles about cyber security. She writes about the latest updates regarding and how it can improve the work experience of users. Her articles have been published in many popular e-magazines, blogs and websites.

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