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In this video, Creative Ice Media Group shows you how to how to change colors on objects in Photoshop Cs4.
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Hi there, it’s Creative Ice Designs and let's say for some reason you want to change the color of your car. Or any item of a vibrant color like red, actually here. I'm going to stop blubbing and let me show you. First thing I want you to do is get your image in to Photoshop and unlock it. Press OK. Now zoom in to the image and what you need to do select your image. This is just one way of you can do it. This is how I do it. If you don’t like it, then watch. Select it however you’re comfortable, I feel comfortable with the pen tool. I'm just going to start making selection. Mine is not going to be very neat as I rush it. Sorry about this, my computer is, my laptop today is really slow and Photoshop is just messing up. Okay. Yours is always going to be better than mine because you're going to spend time with yours. And actually zoom in properly. Okay. Almost done. And like I said, it doesn’t have to be that accurate. But it has to be decent. So take your time, not like I am. Okay, and were done. Alright. Zoom out. Okay. Now as you can see I made the selection. Right click on it and press mark selection. Do feather radius of 3. Press OK. And it makes the selection of your item, now I want you to press control U to open up the hue and saturation window, and play around with the settings. Let's just make it into light blue. I want to make it into a green. So that’s a nice green. Saturation, we’ll make it into, saturation makes it a deeper color. So we will make that lighter, darker. That’s a nice green. Obviously lightness makes it darker. Press OK. And don’t deselect yet. I want you to press control C while your selection is still there. And press control V and you have a selection there. What I want you to do to this one is press U, in that layer, I’ll do a saturation minus 100. Okay. Normal. Soft light. It gives it a deeper look, a deeper color. Looks more realistic. Now what I want you to do is press merge layers, merge visible. And do the same, drag it, copy, normal, soft light. Bang. Looks great. People might complain that it looks too darker here and stuff like that. Well, keep playing with the settings. I have done it really quick. This works perfectly at anything with vibrant colors like red, blue, green, yellow, orange, purple. It works really well. And that’s pretty much it. Let me show you before, okay, and after. Real change. Thank you for watching, please comment, rate, and subscribe.