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Adobe Photoshop Color Replacement Tool Tutorial Classes

Adobe Photoshop Color Replacement Tool

What is Color Replacement Tool?

The Color Replacement tool in Photoshop allows you to colorize by changing initial color of a photo with the foreground color. You can utilize this tool in a variety of methods. Develop the appearance of a hand-painted photo by colorizing a grayscale photo. And although Photoshop has a bona-fide Red Eye tool, you can utilize the Color Replacement tool to quickly repaint away red-eye.

The great feature of the Color Replacement tool is that it entirely preserves the accent of the picture. The color that you use does not wipe out the mid tones, darkness, and also highlights. The Color Replacement tool works by very first sampling the original colors then replacing those colors with the foreground color. By specifying various sampling methods, limits, as well as tolerance settings, you can manage the variety of colors that Photoshop replaces.


How to Use Color Replacement Tool?

This tool in the collection of retouching tools is a cinch to use. Follow with these steps to replace color:

  1. Open your image as well as select the Color Replacement tool.
    Keep in mind, it shares a flyout menu with the regular Brush and Pencil tools. It looks like a brush with a square and also 2 arrows beside it. You could press B (or Shift+ B) to pick it.
  2. On the Options bar, click the Brush Preset Picker.
    In the drop-down panel that shows up, select your preferred diameter, hardness, as well as various other choices for your brush suggestion.
  3. On the Options bar, choose your preferred blend mode:
    • Color: The default setting that functions well for many colorizing works. Utilize this setting if you're aiming to eliminate red-eye.
    • Hue: Much like color, but less intense, providing a lighter effect.
    • Saturation: Set your foreground color to Black in the Tools panel as well as set the mode to Saturation to convert a color picture to grayscale.
    • Luminosity: The precise opposite of the Color setting. Although it can develop a stunning effect between two image layers, it doesn't provide that wonderful an effect with this tool.
  4. Select your sampling technique from the icons on the Options bar.
    The default of Continuous permits you to sample and replace color constantly while you drag your mouse. Select once to change colors just in areas having the color that you first sample. Finally, choose Background Swatch to replace colors just in locations containing your current Background color.
  5. Select your sampling limits mode.
    The default of Contiguous lets you replace the color of pixels containing the sampled color that adjacent each other directly under the brush. Discontiguous lets you replace the color of the pixels having the sampled color wherever it occurs under your brush. Discover Edges allows you to replace the color of pixels having the experienced color while protecting the sharpness of the sides of the object.
  6. ADefine your tolerance percentage.
    Tolerance describes a range of color. A high tolerance allows you change a broad range of color. A reduced tolerance limits the replacement of color to only area that similar to the sampled color.
  7. Choose whether you desire anti-aliasing.
    Keep in mind, anti-aliasing somewhat softens and smooth the side of the selected or sampled areas. Click the Tablet symbol (at the end of the Options bar) to control the size of the brush. The pressure you apply overrides any setting in the Brush panel.
  8. After you establish your setups, click or drag in your picture.
    The foreground color, which in the example is red, changes the original colors of the sampled areas.

Adobe Photoshop Color Replacement Tool Tutorial Classes

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