Photos Selective Color Tool

The Selective Color tool allows you to adjust all of the pixels that are a similar color in a photo. You have six slots to make up to six color adjustments. You can use this to change a color in a photo, make colors stand out more, or desaturate colors to change the emphasis objects.

Comments: 6 Responses to “Photos Selective Color Tool”

    brad
    2 years ago

    Just a tad better than “enhance,” eh? Do you lose the original settings when you save it and send it to someone? Could you tell if the picture has been adjusted?

    2 years ago

    brad: Sharing the photo should share the altered version, no matter which editing functions you are using. I don’t think the person receiving the photo has a way to tell if a photo has been adjusted, which would be true with most software that allows you to edit images.

    rick
    2 years ago

    This is so nice! Is it possible to “mask” a part of the original image to alter only that part (or not that part)?

    2 years ago

    rick: No, I’m afraid for that you’ll need to move on to actual image editing software like Pixelmator, Acorn, Photoshop, etc.

    Pam
    2 years ago

    I am trying to use the selective color option to change the background color of our logo but every time I click the brush on to the area the color option I selected turns to that color. For example I wanted a blue and when I click on the area of the picture the selective color turns to orange( which is the color on the picture) Can you help?

    2 years ago

    Pam: Watch the video again. The eyedropper tool is supposed to pick up the color you select. Then you adjust with the sliders.

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