Easily Select and Change any Color in Photoshop
Color Selection in Photoshop
There are times when (due various reasons) you need to change a certain color in a picture. In Photoshop, many users just mask the color portion of the image to change, then they make a new color layer and change the blending mode of that layer hoping that some of those modes works properly. But there is a much more easy and effective way to make it, without making any selection or changing layer blending modes. By using a simple Hue/Saturation adjustment layer, you can select and change any color you want quick and easy.
Open your image in Photoshop.
Go to Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Hue/Saturation. Name this layer as “Colors” and click OK.
In the Hue/Saturation Properties Panel, click on the hand slider icon.
Click on the image color you want to change.
In the Hue/Saturation Panel, set the Hue to 150 and increase the Saturation to around 70.
If only the colors you want to change are selected, skip to the step 8 of this tutorial. If more colors are selected besides the ones you want, drag the sliders to reduce the color range until only the colors you want are selected.
When you finish adjusting the range, set the Hue and the Saturation back to 0.
In the Hue/Saturation Properties Panel, switch to the Master Channel.
Now simply adjust the Hue, Saturation and Lightness to your liking.