Photoshop Tutorials Color
Trying to get the color in your photos saturated enough, but not too saturated, is a very common problem. Plus, trying to saturate the color of portraits without degrading the skin tones has always been an issue for photographers. The new Vibrance adjustment in CS4 makes this task much easier.
Step by step detailed tutorial using Photoshop Quick Mask and layers to change the color of a car image
A quick ans easy tip on how to change the color of your workspace.
RGB stands for Red-Green-Blue, which are the primary colors of light. RGB is the color mode used on computer monitors because they shine light into your eyes. When you add all three RGB primary colors together, you get pure white light. That’s why RGB is called “additive color”.
CMYK stands for Cyan-Magenta-Yellow and Key color (black). These are the primary colors for the translucent ink used in offset lithography (printing). When you subtract all four CMYK colors, you get the white of the paper (no color). That’s why CMYK is called “subtractive color”.
Color is quite arguably the most important component of a project’s finished design. Whether you’re working on packaging, a logo, or a company’s entire identity, color plays a fundamental role in the process. When successfully used, color will grab a person’s attention, and evoke a range of emotions within them.