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Chapter 10. Color Manipulation > Isolating a Range of Colors

Isolating a Range of Colors

When the Edit pop-up menu at the top of the Hue/Saturation dialog box is set to Master, then any change you make will affect all the colors in your image. If you'd rather have your changes affect only certain colors, choose a color from that pop-up menu before adjusting your image. Watch what happens to those two color strips at the bottom of the dialog box as you switch between the choices that are available from the Edit pop-up menu (Figure 10.9). The tiny sliders that show up indicate the range of colors that you'll be changing. It will fully apply to the hues between the two vertical bars and then fade out as it nears the hues that appear above the triangular sliders. The problem is that the Edit pop-up menu lists only six generic colors, and the color you need to isolate could be in between one of those colors.

Figure 10.9. Choosing a color from the Edit pop-up menu causes sliders to show up between the two strips of color.



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