Photoshop color conversion.

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drjchamberlain
Mar 8, 2005
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Dear group members:

I have tried to perform a task in Photoshop but haven’t been able to do it or to find information on how to do it.

How can a color be converted to a different color in Photoshop ?

I would like to learn how one can select a specific color in an image (let’s say red) and tell Photoshop to convert only this color to a second specified color (let’s say green) so that only the selected color becomes replaced by green and the rest of the image remains the same.

Is there such a function in Photoshop ? If yes, can this function be adjusted to different degrees of specificity (meaning that values would be entered or provided by the user to let Photoshop know how narrow or broad to make the "red" color when replacing it with green – making it broader would cause red and other "adjacent" reddish shades to also be replaced) ?

Thank you in advance for your help.

Best regards,

Joseph Chamberlain

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Larry CdeBaca
Mar 8, 2005
Doc, it’s not dental surgery.
Search the help file:
Help|Photoshop Help
search for "replace color"
read the text.
Easy.

"Joseph Chamberlain, DDS" wrote in message
Dear group members:

I have tried to perform a task in Photoshop but haven’t been able to do it or to find information on how to do it.

How can a color be converted to a different color in Photoshop ?
I would like to learn how one can select a specific color in an image (let’s
say red) and tell Photoshop to convert only this color to a second specified
color (let’s say green) so that only the selected color becomes replaced by
green and the rest of the image remains the same.

Is there such a function in Photoshop ? If yes, can this function be adjusted to different degrees of specificity (meaning that values would be entered or provided by the user to let Photoshop know how narrow or broad to
make the "red" color when replacing it with green – making it broader would
cause red and other "adjacent" reddish shades to also be replaced) ?
Thank you in advance for your help.

Best regards,

Joseph Chamberlain
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seaside
Mar 8, 2005
Joseph,

Have a look at http://retouchpro.com/tutorials/?m=show&id=56.

Joseph Chamberlain, DDS wrote:
Dear group members:

I have tried to perform a task in Photoshop but haven’t been able to do it or to find information on how to do it.

How can a color be converted to a different color in Photoshop ?
I would like to learn how one can select a specific color in an image (let’s say red) and tell Photoshop to convert only this color to a second specified color (let’s say green) so that only the selected color becomes replaced by green and the rest of the image remains the same.

Is there such a function in Photoshop ? If yes, can this function be adjusted to different degrees of specificity (meaning that values would be entered or provided by the user to let Photoshop know how narrow or broad to make the "red" color when replacing it with green – making it broader would cause red and other "adjacent" reddish shades to also be replaced) ?
Thank you in advance for your help.

Best regards,

Joseph Chamberlain
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drjchamberlain
Mar 11, 2005
Thank you for the reply and feedback. I looked at the tutorial and found it to be a good and helpful source of information on what I was trying to do.

Best regards,

Joseph.

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On 3/8/05 1:44 AM, in article d0js5l$ln8$, "seaside" wrote:

Joseph,

Have a look at http://retouchpro.com/tutorials/?m=show&id=56.

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