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[How To] Color/Hue slider without clipping

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Jan 06, 2023 Jan 06, 2023

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Is there a layer color/hue shifter in Fresco on the Ipad? I want to change an already clipped layer's hue and color, but it's clipped to a clipped layer. So if I clip the Adjustment layer and use the sliders, it changes everything else below, even the base layer. It's a very simple tool on the desktop version of Photoshop with CTRL + U. Am I just dumb or it's just not there?

Please add it to Fresco too if it's not, as it's easy to use yet very strong and effective.


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Community Expert , Jan 06, 2023 Jan 06, 2023

Hello!

Not sure I understand so forgive me if I miss the point, but You could clip a new H/S adjustment to a group that contains your clipped layer. Grouping your layers and clipping the new HSL adjustment layer there will ensure the new clipped layer will only affect what's in the group.

 

Let me know if that was your question!

If not, maybe it's best to include a screenshot so we can have a better idea.

 

Imaginerie_0-1673028284314.png

clipped HSL on a layer

 

Imaginerie_1-1673028369605.png

same two layers grouped and a HSL adjustment clipped on the gr

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Hello!

Not sure I understand so forgive me if I miss the point, but You could clip a new H/S adjustment to a group that contains your clipped layer. Grouping your layers and clipping the new HSL adjustment layer there will ensure the new clipped layer will only affect what's in the group.

 

Let me know if that was your question!

If not, maybe it's best to include a screenshot so we can have a better idea.

 

Imaginerie_0-1673028284314.png

clipped HSL on a layer

 

Imaginerie_1-1673028369605.png

same two layers grouped and a HSL adjustment clipped on the group

 

Note that the base layer isn't grouped so not affected by the second HSL adjustment

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