6 Replies Latest reply on Aug 7, 2017 8:55 AM by davescm



      Hey! I just wanted to know how i color



      to that:


      Thank you!

        • 1. Re: Coloring
          flzmuri1638998 Level 1


          • 2. Re: Coloring
            jodyt90027726 Level 1

            Hi, you could try the following: Add a new layer to the first image, and fill the layer with the following color: #810037 - then set the blend mode of this layer to "color"


            Hope this is what you're looking for

            • 3. Re: Coloring
              flzmuri1638998 Level 1

              Thank you for the help! But like that, the dark eras on the picture are lighter on the one in ps (and vise verca)

              • 4. Re: Coloring
                Benjamin Root MVP & Adobe Community Professional

                There is no simple solution to get exactly the second example. As you can see, the tonal values are much different. Adding a color to the entire image, as Jody suggests, works very well in some cases. This image, however, will need to be done selectively. In other words, make a selection of each part and change the color.

                • 5. Re: Coloring
                  norman.sanders Adobe Community Professional & MVP




                  After changing the Mode to Lab Color and Edit > Fill with the Blending Mode set to Color (the overall dark pink) almost all the adjustments were made in the L channel via Curves, by first inverting the curve and then making the adjustments. The only other adjustment was made by placing a light pink layer below the image layer and using Blend If to lighten diamond shapes. Then made a composite of the image, returned to RGB Color to tweak local contrast. The curve shown below is the very first of several adjustmentss of the L channel. No selections or masks used.

                  layers.jpg curve L.jpg bl;end if.jpg

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                  • 6. Re: Coloring
                    davescm Adobe Community Professional

                    Just a thought on an alternative approach.


                    You could position the second image above the first

                    Then clone /paint the gaps. The vanishing point filter helps