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How to change one type of color in between more colors.

     

This tutorial will teach you how to change one type of color in more than one color, It is so easy to make this example, just follow this step by step and it will help you to make it. I am sure you will like it.

Open a File: Open a file to modify, I have taken here a flowers file.

Color Range: Go to Select Menu > Color Range, click on that object which you want to colored and adjust the fuzziness. It will cover the same color area to change another color.

Color Balance: Now change the color so we have to use "Color Balance" Option, go to Image Menu > Adjustment > Color Balance and make setting as given below.

Midtones: Red = 100, Green = 38, Blue = 100
Shadows  : Red = 88, Magenta = 100, Blue = 100
Highlight : Red = 100, Magenta = 100, yellow = 100

Your image will look like this

Final Image

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Posted on: December 26, 2006

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