Revising gradient colors in existing jpg files

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by SamCKayak, Dec 18, 2007.

  1. SamCKayak

    SamCKayak Guest

    I'd like to revise the base colors of several jpgs which are used to
    provide a website's layout. Headers, footers, navigation...

    The jpgs all contain variations of a light-blue to somewhat darker-
    light-blue gradients.

    I can load any jpg and change the hue settings getting a different
    result. Save them back and I'm done.

    But hue limits the choice of colors.

    Is there a better PhotoShop CS3 technique which will result in a wider
    range of color choices to update the gradients in images without
    redrawing the image?

    SCK
     
    SamCKayak, Dec 18, 2007
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  2. This is a job for LAB colour mode if ever I saw one.
    Can you provide links to some of the images, and a bit more detail about
    what colours you want to change them to, as this could have an effect on how
    you approach the job.
     
    \(not quite so\) Fat Sam, Dec 18, 2007
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  3. SamCKayak

    KatWoman Guest

    try selective color
    adjust the blue and cyan sliders
     
    KatWoman, Dec 18, 2007
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