In this tutorial, you will learn how to change the color of clothes in Photoshop using the Camera Raw Filter’s latest mask and person-finding feature. This is a powerful tool that allows you to quickly and easily change the color of any object in a photo, without having to manually select it.
Let’s dive in.
If you want to skip the steps, check out this video tutorial below:
Load this stock image into Photoshop, duplicate the background layer so we can edit this photo non-destructively:
On the duplicated layer, go to Filter > Camera Raw Filter:
On the next window, navigate to the mask option:
Photoshop will automatically detect object on the photo – in this case, it detected a person:
Click on the “Person 1” icon:
Select “Clothes” from a list of options:
In the next window, you have multiple options to adjust this mask – for this tutorial, we’re only interested in changing the clothes color. So we can go down to the “Hue” slider and make the adjustment there:
As you can see, Photoshop adjusted the clothes color perfectly for us, using the Camera Raw Filter:
Here are some additional tips for changing the color of clothes in Photoshop:
- Use the Adjustment Brush Tool to fine-tune the mask.
- Use the Opacity slider to control the opacity of the mask.
- Use the Eraser Tool to remove any unwanted parts of the mask.
- Save the image as a Smart Object so you can make changes to it later.
I hope this tutorial has helped you learn how to change the color of clothes in Photoshop using the Camera Raw Filter. If you have any questions, please leave a comment below.