Article written using Photoshop CS5 with Mac
Without a doubt, the Selective Color Technique is my favorite quick and easy way to change a targeted color in a photo or digital scrapbooking product. Even the slightest alteration in the hue of an object can make the difference between a harmonious digital scrapbooking layout and one that looks just a bit “off.”
I wanted to use Kerry Veale’s beautiful violet tones found in a number of her collections to create a layout around a photo of my mother’s blue and white teapot and cups. However, the blue was a bit intense and harsh. In just a few steps, I was able to change the blue ever so slightly. Follow along with me.
Here’s the original photograph:
Tutorial written by Joyce Schardt