Learn the Easy Way to Eliminate Unwanted Colors in Your Photos

When you’re photographing outdoors—and especially in the city—you can often end up with chaotic colors in your pictures. And someday you might end up for example photographing an athlete for a sponsor… and their uniform shows other sponsors’ logos. What’s the solution? Actually, it’s simple.

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AuthorMajo Elias

I’ve been taking pictures since 2004. When I was starting out, I photographed almost everything. Later my style solidified and I began photographing people almost exclusively. At the moment my main genres are fashion and advertising.

Comments (2)

  1. Why would you not just use the magic wand tool and desaturate that way? Or use the color shift option if working with a raw file (assuming the color is unique)?

    1. It is also the possibility, but it may happen that you want to desaturate the particular color just in a part of the picture. There is never a right or wrong tool, the best results are achieved by combining them.

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