Most of the time I have just viewed the changes in the
preview window, during
In the centre is the colour wheel.
Just above the wheel is the Hue slider, which we can use
to change the colours
The two windows at the top show the current colour of
your image (left)
Leave the colourize box unticked.
Move the slider in both directions and watch how the
The wheel rotates 180 degrees (half way round) and all
The same thing happens if you move the slider all the
Click the Reset button to return to the default
The ring between the inner and outer rings becomes a
In the middle of the control ring there is a white
circle which you can use
Try moving the Hue slider all the way to the right again
You can expand or contract the width of the range that
your changes will
Leave the Hue slider at 180 and drag the left outer edge
Now as well as the red changing to cyan, the yellow has
changed to light green.
Change your palette colours to orange (#FFA500) and
create a rectangle
Go back to Hue/Saturation/Lightness...
It works the other way too. Drag the left pointer back
to it's original
Go to Adjust... Hue/Saturation/Lightness...
Move it down (negative numbers) to make the image darker.
Lowering the saturation level makes the image more grey.
Click the Reset button
Close your image and open a new one, you can make it
whatever size you like.
Go to Hue/Saturation/Lightness...
The Lightness from minus 100 to 100 and the Hue from 0 to 360
For the strongest, brightest colour move the saturation
You can change the colour's brilliance and lightness
To colour a black image use the same method
Go to Adjust...Hue/Saturation/Lightness...
Using the Master Edit mode drag the Saturation slider to
Now change the Edit mode to Reds and drag the Saturation
slider up to 100
If you move the Hue slider you can change the red to a different colour
I moved the Hue back to zero, as I like the red.
Change the Edit mode to Blues and drag the Saturation
slider up to 100
I left the colour the same as the original image, but
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial.