Steps to Re-create
This tutorial demonstrates one way you can go about changing the color of an object in Photoshop. It’s usually important to make a good selection and then you can use Hue/Saturation and Color Balance adjustment layers to adjust colors.
- Make a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer and switch the dropdown that says “Master” to Yellows.
- Punch in the values Hue -47, Sat 4, Lightness 31
- Select your background layer
- From the top menu go to Select > Color Range and tap somewhere on the outer part of the flower petals.
- Adjust the Fuziness slider until you have what you want to, in this case, change the color of showing in white and hit ok.
- Add a Color Balance adjustment layer and try these values.
- Midtones – 10, 17, 23
- Highlights – 12, 34, 50
- Shadows – 34, 59, 50
- To add a vignette first make a Curves adjustment layer and drag down a little bit in the histogram.
- Drag a circular marquee around the flower and then with the curves mask selected fill the circle with black.
- With the curves layer selected in the top menu select Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur and use a value that will remove the hard edge from the masking.
- Make two Stamp Visible layers (Ctrl/Cmd + Alt/Opt + Shift + E) and name them Low and High.
- Select the Low layer and in the top menu select Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur and use a value that will somewhat maintain the edges but mostly blur out texture.
- Select High layer now and from the top menu select Image > Apply Image
- Within the Apply Image dialog make sure Low is selected for the Layer, check Invert, change Blending to Add and use a scale of 2 and an Offset of 0.
- Change the Blending mode of the High layer to Vivid Light.
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