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Lesson 3. Basic Photo Corrections > Replacing colors in an image

Replacing colors in an image

With the Replace Color command, you can create temporary masks based on specific colors and then replace these colors. (A mask isolates an area of an image so that changes affect just the selected area and not the rest of the image.) The Replace Color dialog box contains options for adjusting the hue, saturation, and lightness components of the selection: Hue is color, saturation is the purity of the color, and lightness is how much white or black is in the image.

You’ll use the Replace Color command to change the color of one of the tulips in the image we’ve been correcting throughout this lesson.


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