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I want to change one colour of an image to a specific colour about which I have all the details.

Is it possible to modify authomathically the rest of the image accordigly to the variation of that specific colour?

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Hi there is no shortcut for this image you have to do one by one with slecting specific apart to get desired....regards

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color variation of an image

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I want to change one colour of an image to a specific colour about which I have all the details.

Is it possible to modify authomathically the rest of the image accordigly to the variation of that specific colour?

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Hi there is no shortcut for this image you have to do one by one with slecting specific apart to get desired....regards

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What do you mean? 

Do you want to colorize »one colour of an image« or also »the rest of the image«? 

 

Please just post the image (or a lores-version) and explain which part you want to change to which color. 

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If I want to change the green hue to another kind of green ( a specific green about which I have all the details - the rgb numbers), but I want also that the rest of the image changes authomathically accordingly to that modification of the green.

 

So it's not just about selecting a colour and change it (this I know how to do it). I want also that the rest of the image get adjusted accordigly to the punctul modification I make.

 

Thnak you!

 

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I had asked which color you want to change it to – and »a specific green about which I have all the details« does not seem like a meaningful description. 

 

»I want also that the rest of the image get adjusted accordigly to the punctul modification I make.«

What is that supposed to mean? 

If you go with Hue/Saturation you apply it globally instead of limiting it to a Color Range (like »Yellow«). 

If you go with Curves you can set points in all three colors and adjust them accordingly. 

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LEGEND ,
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One can get one point in the image to (pretty close to) the same color with different Adjustments, what that does to the rest of the image is another issue. 

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Hi yes you can do it just select the portion using selection tools then with help hue saturation it can be done....regards

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LEGEND ,
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Preferrably as an Adjustment Layer naturally. 

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Community Beginner ,
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Thanks for your reply, but with the hue saturation (If I'm not wrong) I have just a slider.

 

I've uploaded a photo about to be clearer.

I want to change the green hue to another kind of green ( a specific green about which I have all the details - the rgb numbers), but I want also that at the same time the rest of the image changes authomathically accordingly to that modification of the green. (this means that the relations between colours are kept)

 

So I want to change a colour of a section of an image to a specific colour (which I know how to do it) but I want also that the rest of the image get adjusted authomathically (because I don't have the corresponding rgb numbers of the other colours) and accordigly to the punctul modification I've made.

 

Hope I've been clearer...

 

Thnaks in advance

 

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Hi there is no shortcut for this image you have to do one by one with slecting specific apart to get desired....regards

Ali Sajjad

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thank you!

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