San Diego video production companies are in the business of creating effective and compelling media and BizVid Communications is no exception. From time to time we produce Photoshop video tutorials as a courtesy to our clients and to share some knowledge that we have acquired over the years.
In this post, we illustrate an easy way to change color within a photograph. We use a photo taken aboard a cruise ship looking back toward San Diego as it leaves the dock. To us, the water looked dull and we felt the picture would be improved if the water was bluer. So we fixed it.
Throughout the tutorial, we used the “quick mask mode” along with the brush tool. These two in combination allowed us to prep the area for the color change. Once the area was prepped, we created a new “solid fill layer” which opened the color palette. The color palette gave us the option of choosing the color to be used for the water. We selected the blue shade we liked, clicked “okay” and presto, the water color was changed to a brighter blue.