How to Change the Color of Something in Photoshop Using Hue
Hi there in this video, we're going to change the color of stuff. Okay, so we're going to change the green and make it pink and then actually pick any color we like the same with this one here, we've got red shoes and ready. Green shoes. Alright, It's super quick. It's super easy. We're going to use the human saturation adjustment panel. Let's do it now in Photoshop. Alright, to get started. Let's open up to files. They're in the same color folder. We have been working in open up Hugh 01 and Hugh 02. Okay, with huo one open, let's go to adjustments and to change the color, we use this one called hue and saturation look on him. And what we want to do is under Hugh. Okay, this hue slider here, grab this little I call it a little house. White house. Okay? Little everything there, click it, hold it and drag it left and slowly but surely see the killer's updating. Okay, drink it all the way to the right as well. Ok, That'll get you through your full range of colors available. And one thing ...
you might do is that, so I'm gonna pick any sort of color here. Okay. And the other one you might play around with is saturation. Okay, so they say the color is not quite, you know? Poppy enough for you and click hold and drag it up a little bit. I'm gonna maximize out. Okay, it goes a bit too high, but you can kind of see I can just raise it up a little bit cool. And I want you to do the same thing for this is the one we worked on earlier for levels K huo to do the same thing. Open up hue and saturation, drag it around, see if you can change the color nice and easy and fun. Just a little side note here is um, I have worked on a few jobs where I've been in charge of photographing say our product, let's say it was glasses. Okay, so we photograph there was the same style but a range of colors. So what we did is we, well, what everyone does is that you photograph kind of one of them. Okay, so we picked the color red and we photograph it, we get the right angles and we try a few things with lighting, we get it right. And instead of, you know how when you're on amazon or Ebay and you're going through the different color options and somehow magically that shirt or those glasses or they're in the exact same position but different colors and you're like, how did they line those up and photograph them all perfectly. They didn't okay. It was somebody like me who went, yeah, let's just do one. And later on in Photoshop, I'll go and adjust them and yeah, I just sit like I sat there with the glasses and went, yeah, the blue color and then I grabbed the slide and went and with the blue color, I'll be looking at the glasses in my hand and looking at the Photoshop going, yeah, that's close enough. Okay. And it was that, it's like, I feel like it's a confession. Okay. But yeah, that's, you know, that's the easy and quick way, you know, color matching is super hard regardless, you know, lighting and stuff affected. And if you like me had no budget and just needed to get them done. It's a quick and easy way to adjust the hue. Alright, so practice with huo tu and I will see in the next video where we start looking at selectively adjusting the hue. I'll explain more in the next video.