2 Point to Adjustment 3 Click Replace color Brightness Lightness Present in HSB

2 point to adjustment 3 click replace color

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2. Point to Adjustment . 3. Click Replace color . Brightness Lightness Present in HSB color picker Present in HSL adjustment layer 8
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* Replace Color is not an Adjustment layer, in which it affects the layer directly . * Replace Color is a commitment ( you can’t delete or modify unless you undo or revert the file ). * Whenever you use Replace Color it is a smart a smart idea to duplicate the layer you want to modify and apply Replace Color to duplicate artwork to preserve the artwork. Using the Black & White Adjustment : * it is the fastest and most common way to make a color image appears as black & white by desaturating it ( reducing the Saturation value to 0 ) using Hue/ Saturation Adjustment. * BUT! a better method is to use the black & white Adjustment, which offers you Brightness controls for converting the color original to black and white. * Use [ command ] [ U ] to open Hue/ Saturation dialog box. Converting to Grayscale mode: * It is another way to convert color image to black & white. * It is converting RGB Color mode of the file to Grayscale mode. * Photoshop discards all color data from the file (reducing the file from 3 color channels to to single grayscale channel). 9 Disadvantages of converting to Grayscale method: You have completely lost all color data, so the only colors provided are shades of gray. With dragging the Saturation slider to 0, converting to Grayscale produces a take-it-or-leave-it result. You can not control how the resulting image appears.
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“Colorizing” a Black & White Adjustment : * to use the layer mask on a Black & White adjustment layer to introduce the black & white adjustment in different strengths to different areas of the image. * Paste Special is used when you want to paste an artwork into specific layer. 10
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