Photoshop :: Remove Specific Color

May 23, 2009

I don't wanna use the clone tool but rather sample the color and remove the blue color.

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Photoshop :: Replacing Object Color With Specific Swatch Of Color

Jun 10, 2013

I have a colored object, and I have a specific swatch of color that I need to change the current color of the object to. The problem I'm having is that the specific color that I'm trying to apply to the object doesn't look integrated with the object itself, it just looks like I've applied a color film over it. It's milky-looking and there's not enough contrast. I've tried adjusting levels, using different blending modes, using the Match Color command ..I can't seem to keep the integrity of the color I'm applying to the object, while still keeping the integrity of the details of the object itself. How should I tackle this using multiple layers and blending modes, and so the new color looks integrated and believable?

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Photoshop :: Major Color In CS5 Very Specific

Jun 17, 2012

When I first got CS5 I was having problems with color management.  Not sure how to explain this, but the colors in the preview pane differed drastically after I clicked on the photo to edit . That is, as soon as I clicked on the photo I wanted to edit, it turned out  much duller.  the reds suddenly become brownish orange. and they're not raw, so that's not the problem. Although I shoot in Adobe RGB I set the color management to SRGB and (I don't remember what else I set) and when I clicked on a photo to edit, I would get the message where I had the ability to discard the icc  profile (no color management) and that's what I chose.  there were all my rich colors, and it was worth the hassle of doing that with every unedited photo. 
 
I turned CS5 on and everything had changed. Now I'm back to seeing the dull colors in CS5, even the one's that I already edited.  I have some photos with rich red, they're fine on my website, but in photoshop dull brown.
 
I'm temporarily back to using Corel, because for some reason it has no problem displaying the correct colors. So it's something going on with PS.  I think somehow, though I don't know how, maybe some setting got changed.  But am desperate.  I've tried all sorts of combinations. using the adobe setting, switching things on and off and dull, dull, dull.

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Photoshop :: Selecting A Specific Color

Dec 25, 2006

how do I select a specific color on an image.

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Photoshop :: Targeting Specific Pixels Of Certain Color And Value Range?

Jul 26, 2013

I am trying to find a way to target specific pixels of a certain color and value range. The Color Range dialog does not produce the desired effect. For instance the white pixels bleeding throughthe fabirc. What is the proper way to select these pixels

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GIMP :: Select Specific Color From Image And Change Similar Color Within That Image To Different One

Apr 5, 2012

I want to select a specific color from within the image, and change all similar colors within that image to a different color. In other words, after using the Color Picker Tool to select a color from the image, I want to take the selected color (and everything in the image that is equal to or similar in color), and change them all to a different color.

I tried using the Path's Tool to create an outline in the image, and changing colors that way, but it changes all the other colors in the selection I don't want to change. I just want to change all colors in the image/selection that are equal to or similar to the selected color. How do I do this?

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Paint.NET :: How To Get Rid Of Specific Color And Replace With Black

Jun 20, 2012

I am trying to get rid of a specific color and replace it with black, the color is all over the picture in different parts. I recently came across this program and it almost worked. It got rid of the color but replaced it with white. How do i get it to replace it with black. Is there another program?

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Photoshop :: How To Remove A Color And Add In Another

Jan 18, 2007

I was wondering how I can remove the shades of purple in this image and in a dark red. Can it be done?

I'm using PS2 and the image is a jpg.

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