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How to Change the Color of a Blanket in Photoshop


Have you ever wanted to change the color of something in an image you were editing? In Photoshop, there are actually quite a few ways to do so. In this video tutorial, I’ll show you how to change the color of a blanket in Photoshop using a Hue/Saturation adjustment. We’ll start by selecting the current color and then adjusting it from there.

If you’d like to learn more about color changing adjustments, feel free to check out the ‘Related Posts’ section below.

Note: I’ve gotten a few questions about whether or not it’s possible to change the color of a white or black blanket. Starting with an object that’s white or black makes the process trickier. You’d first have to darken or lighten the object in order to apply a color to it. It’s very hit-or-miss, and tends to require a bit more work. But, if you’re determined, it’s definitely worth a shot!

Related Posts:

Painting an Object a Different Color in Photoshop
How to Change Eye Color in Photoshop
Fixing Neon Green Grass in Adobe Camera RAW

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