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I would like to change the color of the walls of this photo.
I got it done by this tutorial.
But as I want to test with various colors I did one by one. Is there a way to change the colors of the wall only once and change it when I want? 



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On 11/03/2018 at 6:43 PM, BoltBait said:

Se você tiver o meu pacote de plugins, você pode usar Adjustments> Hue / Saturation + para alterar a cor:



Sorry ... But I'm having a hard time selecting the area to be painted ...
I was able to install the plugin, but it is difficult to work with. I'm very inexperienced about it.
I try to be an up-to-date person, I love doing this kind of thing, but I do not think I have a way. I do not think I'll ever be a graphic design learner!
I'll leave a picture I'm training with her to see if you can help me!
Thank you!

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Hi @Patri444166


2 Links to get you familiar with what you need to know.





These will point you in the right direction of where you want to go. B)


Hint - Create 1 layer for each color you would like to see after selecting "the wall" with the magic wand.

Keep the selection alive while you add a new layer providing you with a blank canvas to paint any color you wish.


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Here's something you might like to try on the last image...


1. Open the image

2. Duplicate the layer :LayersDuplicateLayer:

3. Set the Primary color to B6FF00 ( random green I chose - you need to alter this to the new wall color)

4. Set the Secondary color to 5C5D4F (an average shade of the existing walls)

5. Activate the Recolor tool :RecoloringTool:

6. In the Tool Bar, set the Brush Width  to 75, Hardness to 60%, Tolerance to 53% and Sampling Secondary Color

7. Paint over the walls in large continuous strokes (Don't worry that the sofa gets recolored too). Paint over everything from the skirting board upwards.

8. Set the recolored layers blend mode  to Darken. If you find the new color too strong, lower the layer's Opacity.


Voila! Recolored walls.





Notice how the pictures on the shelf change color too? That's interior decorating right there, that is ;)


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10 hours ago, Ego Eram Reputo said:

Aqui está algo que você gostaria de experimentar a última imagem ...


1. Abra a imagem

2. Duplicar a camada :LayersDuplicateLayer:

3. Defina a cor primária para B6FF00 (verde aleatório que eu escolhi - você precisa alterar isso para a nova cor da parede)

4. Defina a cor secundária para 5C5D4F (uma sombra média das paredes existentes)

5. Ative a ferramenta Recolorir :RecoloringTool:

6. Na barra de ferramentas, defina a Largura da escova  para 75, Dureza para 60%, Tolerância a 53% e Amostragem de cor secundária

7. Pinte sobre as paredes em grandes movimentos contínuos (não se preocupe que o sofá também seja recolhido). Pinte sobre tudo, desde a rodapé para cima.

8. Defina o modo de mistura de  camadas recolored para Darken. Se você encontrar a nova cor muito forte, baixe a Opacidade da camada .


Voila! Paredes descoladas.

Recolored_walls _-_ green.jpg


Recolored_walls _-_ blue.jpg


Observe como as imagens na prateleira mudam de cor também? Isso é decoração de interiores ali mesmo, isso é;)


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Perfect The easiest way of all !!


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You've made me sound so romantic translating my words! :lol:


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