On Thursday 22 April 2004 14:48, Trevor Nightingale wrote:
> I have a JPG image of a person and I want to change the color of their
> sweatshirt that they are wearing from red to a light blue.
> I use the Magic Wand to select the red sweat shirt area and copy and paste
> that selection into a new layer. Just filling the selection with a color
> results in a very poor final image in that it is obvious the color has been
> changed. The texture and shadows on the sweat shirt have been lost.
> How do I change the color of the sweat shirt from red to blue while
> maintaining texture and shading ?
After you make the selection,
open the Layers Dialog, and click on "new layer"
Change the "layer mode" from "normal" to "color" or "multiply",
and fill your selection with the desired color.
Make your seleciton, and go to the menu
"layers->colors->Hue& Saturation" ...make your changes.
In both cases, you probably will want to go to
"view->selection boundary" and turn it off, before trying the changes.
> Thank you in advance.
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