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Photoshop Tips: Selective Color Photography Part 2

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On February - 5 - 2021

Selective color photography tutorial

Selective color photography tutorial




In this second part, we’ll learn how to create the selective color photography effect in easier steps. This 2nd way is accomplished by merely sliding parameters and saturation settings. Here’s how:


1. Open the file on photoshop then on the tool bar, go to IMAGE >> HUE and SATURATION
Selective color photography - Hue and saturation

Selective color photography - Hue and saturation




2. In the hue and saturations window, notice the drop-down menu titled “master” with options of various colors.
Selective color photography - Hue and saturation menu

Selective color photography - Hue and saturation menu




3. Choose the colors you still want to portray in the photograph. For this example, the RED colors are what we want to keep, so set saturations at -100 for colors other than red.
Selective color photography - Hue saturation

Selective color photography - Hue saturation




4. When all the unwanted colors are eliminated, the result will look like this:
Selective color photography -  Final result

Selective color photography - Final result





Photoshop Tips: Selective Color Photography Part 1


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