Would you prefer a different color to an item in your photo? If so, use the color replacement tool in Adobe Photoshop to change the color. It’s easy, and Photoshop does the hard work for you. Here’s how to do it.
Replace object color in Adobe Photoshop
To show you how to replace the color of an object in Photoshop, we’ll use the following image. We will turn the red apple in this image into a green apple.
First, open the image with Adobe Photoshop. If you have multiple photos that you want to edit at the same time, you can open multiple photos in the same document.
In Photoshop, from the menu bar at the top, select Image > Adjustments > Replace Color.
A small window will appear.color replacement. Leave this window open and click on the color you want to change on your photo. In this example, we’ll click the pure red on the apple because that’s what we want to change.
in window “Color Replacement‘, tap the dropper icon with the plus sign (+) on her. Then, at the bottom, tap Color.The resultTo define the target color for your object.
from “Color Picker” Which opens, choose the target color for your object. If you are on Windows, you can use a tool Color Picker To get a color from another image, and your Mac has a built in color value utility that you can use as well. Then clickOK.
Use your mouse or trackpad and select your object on the photo. You will see the color of the object change in real time.
back in the window “Color ReplacementDrag the slidercolor gradientSets the target color to your object. When everything looks OK, in the Replace Color window, click onOK.
Your object’s color has now been changed.
This is how you convert the elements in your photos to the colors you want. very easy!