I want to know if its possible to change the colour of an image when it may contain many shades i.e. is it possible to get the same shades in some other color ????
which software and how plzzz
p.s By shades i hope u know what i mean like in some header files of websites u have bars with different shades of of the same color like some portions are lighter and some are darker...
had the shades not been there ..it wud hav been easy to to change the color by the FILL option but wat to do in this case
THANKS in Advance...
I can't grasp a mental image of exactly what you are trying to do but I'm guessing from the general complexity of the editing you would manage it with Photoshop CS2.
Can I suggest you use Adobe photoshop, industry standard program for digital photography. You might be able to get a free trial off the adobe website but to buy is very expensive.
To change the shades there are many options. Usually you'll find them when you click in the menu bar on "image" then move your mouse cursor to "adjustments". There you'll find heaps of tools to help you change the colour. You can use one or a combination of those tools including LEVELS, CURVES, HUE/SATURATION, BRIGHTNESS CONTRAST, and COLOR BALANCE. It really depends on what kind of image you have. Never use AUTO CURVES or AUTO LEVELS. You might want to use VARIATIONS too of you want to make a photo a shade of blue, pink etc.
There are other threads around the forum with links to adobe photoshop tutorial sites. Or you could even use the help menu in the program.
what i mean is look at the frihost logo up there on this page.....See the circle ........it has a light grey boundary with a dark color filled circle within......NOW if i want to change all this into a RED coloured logo .....then i want it to hav the same feel,,,,,,like dark circle in b/w the light boundary........so i dont wanna redo it but apply something the same graphic thats wat i wanna do
I think you should make a selection and change the Hue (the color value) of it. It usually works with nice and predictable results.
The transformation you describe can be accomplished with most image editing software. You don't need Photoshop to vary the hue of an entire image into a different spectrum.
i hope i made my point clear....
simply edit your last post if you want to add something to it