Tips: Shifting Image Colors
Shifting the colors of an image
It can be time consuming to re-create images used in Allwebco template designs such as the background, menu.gif, button.gif, stretchbar.jpg or fadebar.jpg. Rather than completely re-do these images in some graphics software you can just shift the colors.
Shifting colors in Photoshop:
In some versions of Photoshop and also in many graphics editing programs you can change (or edit) the "hue/saturation" of an image, sliding the colors to different hues. To do this
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- Open Photoshop or your graphics program.
- Open your image so you can edit it.
- Now look under the "Image" menu item and find a submenu item called "Adjust". This may also be found under the "Edit" menu. If you do not see this option check your software help section under "hue/saturation".
- Once under the "Adjust" menu you will probably see a menu item called "hue saturation", click on that.
- You may now see some sliders or boxes for numbers. Slide those around or change the numbers to see the image shift to other colors.
- Click "okay" and save your image. Remember how much you shifted so you can shift all the template images exactly the same amount and keep the template consistent in color.