In this Adobe Photoshop CS3 tutorial, learn how to use the paint bucket tool to fill a selection of an image with color.
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One way to change a color in your Photoshop document is by using the Paint Bucket. To do this, you need to go ahead and use the Foreground Color Picker to pick the color that you‘d like. Click OK when you’re finished. Use either the Lasso Tool, the Marquee Tool, or the Quick Selection Tool to select the part of the image that you want to fill with paint. Then go ahead and in your Photoshop tool box, go ahead and click on the Paint Bucket then go over to the selected area that you want to fill with paint and click. And it’s going to go ahead and fill it with that color. If you’d like to add more of the paint, then just click multiple times on the paint brush until it totally has filled that selection with color.