How to Change Color of an Object from White to Black and Vice-Versa in Photoshop

16th Apr 2018 19:01:43 - ( 0 Comments)
Author: PixImperfect - Level: Intermediate
How to Change Color of an Object from White to Black and Vice-Versa in Photoshop
Making a white object black is one of the most challenging tasks to do in Photoshop, however, in this tutorial, I'm going to show you how to swap the colors with much ease. Since these two colors are totally opposite of each other, there will certainly be some limitations and precautions we need to take care of which we will discuss in this video. Changing colors between reds, greens, blues, yellows or oranges is easy, which can be done by changing the hues. Besides, you can change the color selectively, not having to make a selection. But in this case, since white is something which is present in every color and so is black, set aside selection, it becomes a really tricky job to even change it to some other color. Before doing anything, you must make sure that the image you are starting with is of high quality. By high quality, I mean high resolution and high bit depth. Otherwise, the effect will turn out to be very pixelated. I hope you enjoy and use this awesome and cool Photoshop effect in your images, especially in composites and manipulations. Thanks for watching! If you think you can help, entertain or even disturb someone by sharing this channel's video. Go ahead! :
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