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How do I change red fabric into black?


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First Post Mark as Spam Roger
Posts: 2 - Registered: 2008-10-09 16:04:33

Hello,

I am pretty new to Photoshop, and I have been asked by a band to help change the layout of their uniforms. They would like to see a red uniform changed into black with red stripes and silver buttons.

I have tried the "replace color" and other ways I could think of - but the best I can do is a dark purple look.

Can anyone help me on how to get it "real" black without loosing the texture of the fabric?

A link to the photo: http://tinyurl.com/3lu7cs

Thank you very much!

Roger from Norway




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Reply #1 Mark as Spam macfan6
Posts: 273 - Registered: 2007-07-24 06:32:53

I would suggest tracing around the blazer and making it a new layer. Then go into Adjustments > Black & White. You can choose a preset filter and fiddle around with it.




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Reply #2 Mark as Spam jerryb
Posts: 1556 - Registered: 2008-04-16 09:57:18

hi,
you might want to look at this video tutorial it addresses different ways
http://revision3.com/pixelperfect/colorize/

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Hello,

I am pretty new to Photoshop, and I have been asked by a band to help change the layout of their uniforms. They would like to see a red uniform changed into black with red stripes and silver buttons.

I have tried the "replace color" and other ways I could think of - but the best I can do is a dark purple look.

Can anyone help me on how to get it "real" black without loosing the texture of the fabric?

A link to the photo: http://tinyurl.com/3lu7cs

Thank you very much!

Roger from Norway




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Reply #3 Mark as Spam Roger
Posts: 2 - Registered: 2008-10-09 16:04:33

The "match color" in the video helped.

Thank you very much!

Roger




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Reply #4 Mark as Spam jerryb
Posts: 1556 - Registered: 2008-04-16 09:57:18

hi ,
your welcome... i figured the match color would be the one you use...
the tutorial directly address your project.. but keep i n mind every image is different what works on one well may not on the other.... and that tutorial gives you a choices...

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The "match color" in the video helped.

Thank you very much!

Roger




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Reply #5 Mark as Spam Clippingpathindia14
Posts: 1 - Registered: 2016-03-18 04:34:50

If you need a good result then keep multiple clipping path solution. There are lots of tutorial you can find in YT or check this https://www.clippingpathspecialist.com/article/5-uses-of-clipping-paths-in-photoshop/






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