Photoshop: how to replace a color with a specific new one
I have an image I'm just copy and pasting into Photoshop from another screen/web browser. It's a greyscale clipart-style line drawing on a white background. I want to change ALL the white pixels in the image to another color (a specific RGB value), including the white pixels inside the drawing.
Replace Color command appeared promising, but I can't enter an RGB or even absolute HSB value.
So: how do I do this, either using Replace Color or another approach? Thanks!
In this case, instead of â€œreplacingâ€ selected color range, I'd rather add a layer filled with specific color below your clipart and changed clipart layer blending mode to â€œMultiplyâ€. IMHO it's much easier than just â€œreplacing whiteâ€, allows you to easily change background color without reselecting background andâ€”finallyâ€”will make dark lines properly blend into background.
As for filling layer with specific color, you can create â€œSolid Colorâ€ â€œFill Layerâ€ (recommended) or create empty layer and filling it with foreground/background color (IIRC there should be such actions in â€œEditâ€ menu, there are also keyboard shortcuts to do that). The latter method works also with selections.