How to Adjust Specific Colors & Saturation Adjustment Layers in Photoshop

How to Adjust Specific Colors & Saturation Adjustment Layers in Photoshop

Adjusting a small range of colors is helpful when you have to match colors between images, or if you just like a photo but want it to match a specific color palette. Doing this used to require complex selections, but it can now be easily done using nothing but basic selections and a hue/saturation adjustment layer. In this tutorial you'll learn how to shift the hue of a certain color range without affecting the rest of your image, which can be helpful for things like changing clothing and eye colors. Step 1 Open your image and add a Hue/Saturation Adjustment Layer. PanoPass members can download the image we're working with to follow along. Make sure to delete the Layer Mask if it gets added by default. Step 2 In the properties panel,…
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Simple ways to prepare Gantt Chart – 24x7education

Simple ways to prepare Gantt Chart – 24x7education

What is Gantt chart? This is a type of chart which shows the schedule of the project step by step. This also shows the dependency relationship between activities and the schedule status.   Why it is required? This is required as it shows the time period of running of project. This shows the duration for undertaking the project in a fluent manner. This is helpful for maintaining coordination as well communication while executing the project.   How it is prepared? There are various ways to prepare a Gantt chart. They are through Smart Sheet, MS project, MS word and MS excel. Each and every sort of Gantt chart is mentioned below along with its action plan. They are: Through Smart sheet Action plan     Through MS project Action plan…
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Change Color and Add Pattern in Photoshop

Change Color and Add Pattern in Photoshop

Applying Color and Patterns to an Object with Photoshop © Sandra Trainor With Photoshop, it's easy to make realistic looking color changes and add pattern to an object. For this tutorial I'll be using Photoshop CS4 to show how it's done. You should be able to follow along with later versions of Photoshop as well. My object will be a long-sleeved tee shirt, which I will make multiple shirts from in various colors and patterns. To follow along, right click on the below links to save two practice files to your computer: • Practice File 1 - Shirt • Practice File 2 - Pattern   Get Organized © Sandra Trainor Since I'll be producing several images, I will set up a file folder to hold my work. I'll name the folder…
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