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Changing color while keeping texture, shadows & highlights?


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First Post Mark as Spam Rusty
Posts: 1 - Registered: 2016-11-01 16:53:39

Hi,

I want to try out different color paints and I've taken pictures of our rooms and want to apply paint colors while maintaining the texture, shadows and highlights that are on the wall. I can almost guess a couple of ways but thought I'd see what people suggest.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!!

Thanks,
Rusty




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Reply #1 Mark as Spam Photoeditor3602017
Posts: 2 - Registered: 2017-07-19 02:32:14

Press Ctrl + J to create a new layer. f you select the brush and choose to use a black background, you will be able to delete (temporary) areas from your image, so it's like drawing an invisible mask on it.
Do not worry because this is an unmodified demolition. At any point, you will be able to return to this layer and on it use white.
You can also create a selection for only the part you want to change color so that it does not affect other areas
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Reply #2 Mark as Spam Photoeditor3602017
Posts: 2 - Registered: 2017-07-19 02:32:14

Press Ctrl + J to create a new layer. f you select the brush and choose to use a black background, you will be able to delete (temporary) areas from your image, so it's like drawing an invisible mask on it.
Do not worry because this is an unmodified demolition. At any point, you will be able to return to this layer and on it use white.
You can also create a selection for only the part you want to change color so that it does not affect other areas
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