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In the first of his three-part tutorial, author shows you how to use Photomerge to load a series of images into Layers in one document.
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In the final part of his tutorial, author shows you how to fine-tune an image using the Colour Replace Tool to target and tint semi-transparent areas of a model’s clothing (but leave skin tone visible too!).
In this part, author shows you how to use brush strokes and Layer Masks to remove colourised pixels from other parts of our shot so that only the clothing remains unchanged. Discover how to tweak the intensity of the colour change.
In the second part of his tutorial, Author explains how to use the Colour Replacement Tool to target and colourise any pixels missed by the Replace Colour command. Discover how to change the colour of clothing highlights (without changing skin tones) using the standard Brush Tool and Layer Blending modes.
Author shows you how to use a variety of colour replacement tools and commands to tackle the most challenging colour-replacement tasks. Using Elements’ Replace Colour command, he targets a range of colours, changing a model’s dress from cream to green in an image.