How to Edit Photos Using Adobe Photoshop

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HOW TO EDIT PHOTOS USING ADOBE PHOTOSHOP
Hello and a pleasant morning to all of us. Today we are going to take a glimpse at creating this simple color filtered photo. This is a very simple and fundamental trick in Photoshop. Therefore, for those pros on Photoshop out there, you might want to check if you have something of the sort like this on your list. For those people out there who are not accustomed with Photoshop yet, or have never used the software before, do not worry because this trick is just so easy to do. All you have to do is seat back, relax and enjoy the show. Before anything else, I would like to inform you that there are actually numerous ways on how you can filter out a single color on Photoshop. This trick I am about to show you is probably one of the fastest and easiest way without distorting the quality of your image [because we are primarily just dealing with selections]. First up, we launch our software— Adobe Photoshop. Just a small trivia, did you know that Adobe Company has released a portable version of their software? I personally have just downloaded this light version of Photoshop on the net for free. Next, we are going to open a photo from My Documents. Preferably, when choosing an image to use, select something that already has a single color standing out; and thus, I will use this photo as an example. Now, we go to Select Menu and click on Color Range. When another window pops up, we should select the color we want to stand out over the rest, using the Eyedropper tool. As we can see, with just a single click, a selection had occurred on this window. The white portions that we see are the selected areas of your photo, and the rest are not. Of course, we are going to be expanding the selection we made because a single click will not be enough. Now, by simultaneously pressing the Shift button and dragging on the rest of the image, we will witness how our selection is beginning to take form. We just need to drag the mouse over the...
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