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    Default Changing hair color of Harry Potter 7 in Adobe Photoshop

    Changing hair color of Harry Potter 7 in Adobe Photoshop seems a little difficult for beginners. There are a lot of ways to change Harry Potter 7 hair colors with Adobe Photoshop elements. You can take the following easy and simply steps to change hair color of Harry Potter 7 in Adobe Photoshop. You will need software: Adobe Photoshop CS5
    Changing hair color of Harry Potter 7 in Adobe Photoshop is very easy to do by just some simply settings. If you are interesting about how to change the hair color of Harry Potter 7
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    actors, just following me, the steps below will show you how in the easiest way.
    1. Add A "Harry Potter 7" Adjustment Layer

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    2. Select A New Color You Liked For The Hair

    The people's hair now appears colorized in black, but so is the rest of them.

    3. Fill The "Harry Potter 7" Layer's Mask With grey

    Filling its layer mask with black by the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Backspace in Harry Potter 7 adjustment layer.
    4. Select The Brush Tool

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    Set our Foreground color to white after you pressing the letter of "B" in your keyboard. Lower the brush Opacity to about 25% with Options Bar at the top of the screen in Adobe Photoshop.

    Step 5: Edit The Settings To Change The Hair Color







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    In the last step, you can simply double-click on the Harry Potter 7
    adjustment layer's thumbnail in the Layers palette to make it more lively. you can also increase the opacity to around 75% and set the blend mode of the adjustment layer back to "Color". Besides, you can also lower opacity of the Adjustment layer if needed.
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