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Posted on 06/05/12 1:45:49 PM
Sjef
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The blue shirt
No blue shadows and no deadline...



Posted on 08/05/12 07:59:08 AM
Steve Caplin
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Re: The blue shirt
Good work. I like the yellow G, and the inside of the hood. And thanks for the layers panel, showing how it all goes together!

Posted on 20/12/13 08:37:27 AM
sameer
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Re: The blue shirt
hello steve, my blue tshirt doesnt look good..what is the reason? how did the above user get that color? i tried many things like saturation, vibrance, colour balance but still didnt get the effect...in my photo attachment i followed your technique by using "replace color"... is there anything else i should do?



Posted on 20/12/13 08:49:58 AM
Steve Caplin
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Re: The blue shirt
sameer wrote:
hello steve, my blue tshirt doesnt look good..what is the reason? how did the above user get that color? i tried many things like saturation, vibrance, colour balance but still didnt get the effect...in my photo attachment i followed your technique by using "replace color"... is there anything else i should do?


Sameer,

It's hard to see at this size, but I think you need to expand the selection a little to capture those missing areas. Hold Shift as you click on the remaining yellow parts of the shirt.

What Sjef has done here is to use the Select Color Range rather than the Replace Color dialog (it works in much the same way) and then created new layers for the colour, as his screen shot shows.

You'll find that Forum members rarely follow my instructions!
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