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tjobeid 01-15-2007 02:42 AM

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Hey can you guys help me or give me a tut on how to make pic one into pic 2? plz help

irshgrlkc 01-15-2007 02:49 AM

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Really quick and not completely perfect...

1. Add a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer
2. In the 'Edit" pull down menu select 'Reds'
3. Slide Saturation to -100
4. Slide Lightness to -100

This could be refined with layer masks to do a better job.

tjobeid 01-15-2007 02:54 AM

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waw thats so cool . haha i just got photoshope 7.0 and iam a noob so you gota help me out . But thanx for the replay that is so cool . Can i change it to any color using the same thing.

irshgrlkc 01-15-2007 03:16 AM

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Yes, by playing with the sliders in the hue/saturation adjustment layer you could get other colors, however the quality won't be very good.

The link below will take you to a tutorial to change the color of a different car (and method works with other objects) with really good results.

http://www.informit.com/guides/conte...eqNum=297&rl=1

Welcome!

Cassidy 01-15-2007 03:19 AM

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Same as Kerry (irshgrlkc) but using a mask, second one using a replace colour and the mask on the wheels

tjobeid 01-15-2007 11:16 AM

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Well thank you guys for the help it was great .But i dont understand the part on how to make the wheels black, "mask".?

Cassidy 01-15-2007 03:23 PM

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One of several tutorials in the tutorials section explains masks better than I, one of those tutorials can be found here http://retouchpro.com/tutorials/?m=show&id=166

Duffy Pratt 01-15-2007 03:54 PM

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The best way I know of to do selective color changes is with LAB curves. I did these in less than a minute converting to LAB, writing an adjustment curve, and then limiting the curve with Blend if sliders to areas where the original layer was strongly positive in A. First is black, but I prefer green.

Duffy

tjobeid 01-15-2007 09:57 PM

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Well thanx you guys these are all great tips . But for some reason my photoshop wont give me yellow for the hue/sat all i can get is lime green im trying to make the car yellow and the wheels yellow but not the lip of the wheels i want to keep the lips the same.

Duffy Pratt 01-15-2007 11:24 PM

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You didn't try LAB curves. For yellow, you make the A curve a flat horizontal line accross the middle, and boost the B up as far as you want. Then make the L curve bright enough to drive to real yellows.

On this picture, it required a quick mask of the red in the car and then of the wheels. Masked the red by using the A channel, and the wheels in the Blue channel. Overall this took about 5 minutes, and could be polished up a bit by more careful masking. But I think this drives the point accross. LAB is superior to Hue/Saturation for color manipulation.

Duffy


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