In this latest tutorial, Michael from SnapMarket shows us how to change eye color with Photoshop. In this tutorial Michael is using Photoshop CS6 but the method should remain to be the same across most Photoshop versions.
For the tutorial please watch the video below or find step-by-step text instructions below the video.
How To Change Eye Color with Photoshop
Open your desired image in Photoshop.
Select the ‘Brush’ tool.
Step 4:Make sure your foreground color is set to black as illustrated above. With a foreground color set to black this is what you are painting on, with it set to white; you are removing.
Paint your eye so it looks like the below image (the red indicates the area we have selected with our quick mask tool). TIP: You can increase or decrease your brush size quickly by using the left and right square bracket keys on your keyboard ( [ & ] )
Paint the other eye also.
Step 11:Now Press CTRL + SHIFT + I on a PC or CMD + SHIFT + I on a MAC to invert your selection.
That’s it, all done. Play around with the color settings and opacity of your layer to get your desired result.
In this tutorial, watching the video may be the easiest option for you as there is a few steps that are easier followed when watched. We hope this tutorial helped you to learn how to change eye color with Photoshop. Stay tuned for more tutorials in the future. Want to watch the ‘How To Change Eye Color with Photoshop’ video? Click here
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