How Do I Colorify With Photoshop?

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  1. deleted account 92

    deleted account 92 Active Member

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    i know in GIMP, you can right click the image and colorify it and make it a different color. is there a way to do this with photoshop? and i dont mean just changing it to a solid color, i mean changing the image from blue to red or something.
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    as in a gradient? you right click the paint bucket tool then choose gradient tool.

    f this is what you meant?

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    thats not really what i meant, ill post some screenshots in a minute using gimp.
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    for example, changing shades of red to shades of green.

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    if im thinking the right thing you have to ctrl+click on the layer so its selected and choose your foreground colour and alt+del to fill it
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    you guys dont get what im saying, ill just use gimp for doing this...

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    in the german Version it's ctrl+u...then tick the "colorify" box and voila^^
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    Go to Image->Adjustments->Hue/Saturation

    Then click the colorify checkbox and move the hue slider

    -on Ipod
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    thanks!

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    Yes, or just...
    ...that workes, too! (Except you changed the default key bindings)
    I hope you +rep your helpers!

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