If you’d like to know how to change the color of a white object in Photoshop, or any other color for that matter, then this is for you.
Regardless of the editing platform you use, there are plenty of tasks that seem simple enough for anyone — until you try to do them. In truth, there’s a big difference between just trying to do something and being able to do something very well. For example, anyone can try a composite image in which they add different elements from a variety of images into one frame. Done well, the result is flawless, and no one knows that it’s a fabricated composite made up from a multitude of images. Indeed, some composite images have been so good they’ve fooled judges in photo contests. But when they’re done badly, oh my, that’s a time for much mirth and merriment among the critical crowd of photography.
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