Exploring Hue-Saturation

Posted on: February 3rd, 2010 0

In this video screencast I explore in excruciating detail some “lesser known” features of the Hue/Saturation adjustment. Most people know that you can edit the hue, saturation, and lightness of an image with the Hue-Saturation adjustment. However, this adjustment is capable of so much more, especially when used as an Adjustment Layer.

You can pinpoint color adjustments to a specific color to alter the hue of a single color inside of an image. You can “colorize” a black and white photo, targeting specific elements on which to assign colors.

Check out this screencast and learn exactly how Photoshop renders adjustments made via the Hue-saturation adjustment, and explore the awesome power of a Hue-Saturation Adjustment Layer combined with a Layer Mask!

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