October 1, 2022

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How Colours are Selected in Selective Colour (and How to Use This in Practice)

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The Selective Colour adjustment is one of a number of controls which first makes a pixel selection and then applies an adjustment to these. Exactly how colours are selected is explained carefully, with a numbers annotations (do pause the video to read these as needed). With this knowledge, you then just need to look at the RGB values of any pixel or area and will immediately know which colour selection, from Red to Magenta, to choose.

For related videos, see here: http://changingminds.org/disciplines/photography/affinity_photo/youtube_videos/799_colour_selection_selective_colour.htm#see

There are now online pages for InAffinity here: https://changingminds.org/disciplines/photography/affinity_photo/affinity_photo.htm

Free resources, including macros, palettes, etc. are here:

If you are a beginner, start here:

There is a full, cross-referenced index for every video here: https://changingminds.org/disciplines/photography/affinity_photo/inaffinity_video_index.htm
To find videos by date of publication, start here: https://changingminds.org/disciplines/photography/affinity_photo/ap_time-sorted.htm
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The web page for this video is here: http://changingminds.org/disciplines/photography/affinity_photo/youtube_videos/799_colour_selection_selective_colour.htm

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