Selectively Changing the Color in Photoshop Elements 15


There are many ways to change the color of a specific object in a photo in Photoshop Elements 15 and earlier versions. In this quick tutorial, I’ll use the Hue/Saturation command on an Adjustment Layer, and then its Layer Mask to apply the color to only the desired area. Even if you are not interested in changing the color of something in your image, going through the exercise is a good review of using an Adjustment Layer’s mask. And besides, since the steps are non-destructive, you do not change the image itself.

Here is what we started with.

After we changed the color of Lucy’s jersey.

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How to Change Color Selectively in Photoshop Elements 15

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Saving an Edited Image in Photoshop Elements 15


This is a short tutorial on saving an image you edited in Photoshop Elements 15. It covers how to save it as a Version Set, so that the original is not altered. When you view it in PSE 15’s Organizer, the edited version is stacked with the original. By expanding the stack, you can see both images, and open either one once again in the Photo Editor to do additional editing.

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