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How To Change Your Shirt Color In Photoshop
Change Color Like Magic. In this Photoshop Elements tutorial we will change color of a shirt from green to a blue that we pickup from a different garment in the same photo.
Photoshop tutorial showing you how to select and change colors in Photoshop. This video shows three different techniques to replace the color of an object.
Photoshop’s Replace Color adjustment is a quick and efficient way to swap one color for another. In this tutorial, we’ll change the blue of the sky and the Aloha logo on these skateboards for a sunny yellow.
The second photorealistic t-shirt mock-up which you can use freely to showcase your apparel design. This PSD mock-up provides a T-Shirt template front and back on a wooden hanger and includes a wall texture too.
It's fun to wear your own artwork on a T-shirt, and easier than ever to do so without resorting to poor-quality, iron-on transfers. Services such as Zazzle, RedBubble, and Printfection (and many others) let you upload artwork, choose a color, and place an order. Designing your tee A good tee design ...
In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how to make your own Minecraft skin using Adobe Photoshop, and some handy editing techniques.
UPDATE: Learn more about Black and White Photography with our new Essential Guide to Black and White Photography. As part of our series of posts on Black and White Photography the following tip on converting images from color to black and white was submitted by DPS reader – Frank Lazaro. You can see his photography […]
Learn how easy it is to match colors of objects in separate photos using Photoshop's Match Color command.
We’ve compiled a list of the best t-shirt templates and mockups so that you don't have to worry about the nuances of finding models and perfecting your studio lighting. There are free and paid options, and templates you can use in your web browser—no image editing software required.
The far left slider will control the limits of the darkest shades, the far right one that of the brightest highlights. We will need the middle one, which determines to which side (light or dark) your image inclines.To remove our shadows, we want to limit the darker areas and give light some place to roam, so we will pull the middle slider a little (or a lot, depending on your image) to the left.