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Selective Color Photography Using Adobe Photoshop: Part 3

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On March - 26 - 2017

Selective Color Photography Using Adobe Photoshop

Selective Color Photography Using Adobe Photoshop



In Selective Color Photography Using Adobe Photoshop part 1 and part 2, I’ve explained how to achieve a selective color photograph using masking and using hue and saturation settings. In this 3rd part, I will show you how to create a selective color photograph using the “COLOR RANGE” feature on Adobe Photoshop.

1. The first step is to open the desired file in Adobe Photoshop, then click SELECT >> COLOR RANGE.

Selective Color Photography Using Adobe Photoshop - Step 1

Selective Color Photography Using Adobe Photoshop - Step 1

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