This tutorial will show you how to use the Camera Raw filter to change lip colour in Photoshop. We will start by discussing the basics of the Camera Raw filter, and then we will walk through the steps on how to change lip colour.
Lip colour is an important part of a person’s overall appearance. It can be used to accentuate the lips, to create a certain look, or simply to change the overall mood of an image.
In the past, changing lip colour in Photoshop was a time-consuming and difficult process. However, with the advent of the Camera Raw filter, it is now possible to change lip colour quickly and easily.
By the end of this tutorial, you will be able to change lip colour in Photoshop quickly and easily. You will also have a better understanding of how the Camera Raw filter works.
What You Will Need
Open the image in Photoshop:
It’s always a good habit to duplicate the background layer straight away, so we can edit non-destructively:
Go to Filter > Camera Raw Filter
In the Camera Raw dialog box, click on the Masking tab, wait a few seconds for Photoshop to scan the image and detect the the person under “People”:
Under People, select Lips:
Click on “Create”.
You will have a variety of adjustments you can use in the next window. I used the “Hue” to adjust the colour of the lips:
Click OK to apply the changes.
Here are some tips for using the Camera Raw filter to change lip colour:
- Use a soft-edged brush to adjust the colour of the lips. This will help the new colour blend more smoothly with the surrounding skin.
- Use a low opacity to adjust the colour of the lips. This will give you more control over the amount of colour that is applied.
- Experiment with different colours and opacity levels until you find a look that you like.
I hope this tutorial was helpful. If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment below.