Processing with Photoshop – Changing colours in images

There is no doubt that at this stage I understand Photoshop far more than any other editing software. I’ve been using it for almost 20 years now.

I had someone comment on my YouTube channel that I shouldn’t be doing videos on learning new software like ON1 when I don’t know how to use it. I responded by saying that I wanted to show people how easy it can be to use new software and learn it.

This week I want to show you some ways of playing around with the colours in your images. That could be adding colour, or changing a colour that is already there. We aren’t always happy with how images come out, but if it is just something like a colour there are ways to try and fix it.

In the video I looked at curves, hue and saturation, adding colour, and finally, gradient mapping.

I know you may not want to watch it all so I have marked chapters in it so you can watch each section as you wish. If you want to see a quick view of each one I suggest you watch the last chapter at 24:18 minutes.

I am not going to explain what I have done here, but I will leave you with the images I used. The first one of each is the original and the ones following are what I did to them in Photoshop.

Remember if there is anything you would like me to cover I would love to hear from you. Let me know if you would prefer if I concentrated on ON1.

I also have Luminar Neo now and I will start doing videos on that soon as well.

Also, I just wanted to let you know I am not going to be posting every day. It might seem like it, but I’m trying to get into a new routine with 4 posts a week, so I had to rejig some stuff. The next post will be in two days.

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