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    the Hue slider

    Just the one autumn leaf that blew into my backyard

    How? In this case ; photoshop's Hue slider mostly (Ctrl+U) in the "saturation hue" panel . Always best to use adjustment layers .
    Textures can also be colour adjusted with this powerful slider . Most programs have a similar slider and there is no limit to possibilities -- too many is some ways


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    Re: the Hue slider

    couple more of the one leaf


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    Re: the Hue slider

    Quote Originally Posted by IanB View Post
    Just the one autumn leaf that blew into my backyard

    How? In this case ; photoshop's Hue slider mostly (Ctrl+U) in the "saturation hue" panel . Always best to use adjustment layers .
    Textures can also be colour adjusted with this powerful slider . Most programs have a similar slider and there is no limit to possibilities -- too many is some ways


    Questions welcomes
    Assuming that these shots are for others and not just for yourself, it would be helpful for beginners to explain what you mean when you say to use adjustment layers.
    Last edited by IanB; 10-06-2018 at 09:11 AM.

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    Re: the Hue slider

    Quote Originally Posted by closei View Post
    Assuming that these shots are for others and not just for yourself, it would be helpful for beginners to explain what you mean when you say to use adjustment layers.
    LOL that's a whole different massive subject --- there is always our google mate

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