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Adjustment Layers- Color retouching to one specific area.
by Sal Calabrese
In this Article we will adjust one color in the photograph
to make a better Photo. The Photo below will be Adjusted
to improve the green in the Trees.
1. Open Image that need adjustment.
2. Go to Layers Palette. From the create new adjustment
or fill layer pop up menu ( at the bottom of the palette
a black and white circle, fourth from left.) Choose color balance.
ALL Green Image
3. The color balance dialog box will appear. Drag slider to
increase the desired color. The change will be applied to the
whole image. Concentrate on the part of the image you want
to change. When it is the color you want click OK.
4. Press the d key to change the foreground color to black.
Get a paintbrush tool from the tool palette. A large soft brush.
You can change the brushes size by using the navigation bar at the
top of the screen.
5. Painting on your photo with black will remove the color you
just added. Remove the color from the area of the photo that you
do not want to change. If you erase to much of the color you can
paint with white to bring the color back. To switch the foreground
color to white type X.
6. If you change your foreground color to gray it will paint a 50/50 of
the original color and the color you added.