Photoshop – How to change the color of a object.
In the Before and After Photo shops I asked what you would like to learn in terms of photoshop.
From this I understood that you wanted to learn some simple photoshop things, which I often notice from my customers that they suddenly want a shirt to have a different color.
Today I show you how you can easily, quickly and effectively change the shirt of a model of color.
Today I want to show you how to quickly change a T-Shirt from color to Photoshop. Occasionally I get the question from an order giver whether that shirt can not get a different color. This tutorial does not work as well as the color of the t-shirt close to the colors of light that is also in other places in the photo . Good, enough rumored!
When you have opened the photo, go to Select at the top left, click on color range … a new window opens.
Color range only works if the color is very much in tune with the rest of the colors in the photo. Click in the picture with the pipette on the color you want to adjust. He will select this color, if you then click on selection preview, this will be set to black. The colors that are selected will now turn white and the rest will be black.
Try to get this selection as good as possible, this can be done by using the – pipette and the + pipette. With the Slider Fuzziness you can adjust your selection, more to the right means that more is added to the selection and more to the left the more is collected. Then click ok. Your selection is now visible.
Now go to hue / saturation in your Adjustments.
Then, within the properties box, you open Hue / Saturation boxes.
Here you see master, if you click on this you can also choose a specific color, for example red.
Now he will only adjust things within the red shades of the photo, so you can turn the light on the red, but using the upper slider (hue) will change the color of your selected part.
My client wanted a very specific color, I copied the color code and I created a new solid layer.
You do this by going to Layer> New Fill Layer> Solid Color
Then the screen above opens, you can enter a color code at #, or you can put together a color yourself.
I had received a poster with the color from my client, from this I discovered with photoshop what color code this was.
Next, make sure your Color Fill layer responds to the selection you made with the Hue / Saturation layer.
You do this by pressing alt and standing between the two layers, then you click once and see if you see a downward arrow like the example above.
The Color fill layer should now keep the selection of your Hue / Saturation layer.
And, tadaa. Your shirt has the color that it should have.
Unfortunately it is not possible to make it look realistic with all shirts, this really depends on the shirt and how far the colors are from each other.
But much is possible! You can of course also apply this trick to the background, for example.
These photos were used for Top hair, for example, where both photos had to be adjusted in terms of color.
With this photo it was the shirt and with the other it was the background. I will share with you both before and afters.
Hopefully you have had something to do with this tutorial and you can use them for your own photos!
Do you have anything specific that you would like to learn? Then I take that for the next tutorial!
A lot of photoshop fun!