How To Convert A White Object To A Black Object in Photoshop
In this tutorial, Brian will show you a technique that allows you to naturally convert a white object to a black object right inside of Photoshop. In this example, we will use an image of a teacher who is wearing a white shirt and convert his shirt to black while still retaining detail. This is not an obvious conversion method, you can't simply paint the a white object black and make it look believable. However, by harnessing the power of the Curves Adjustment Layer you can make this conversion with ease. Note: This is an older tutorial that has been re-formatted and re-branded for this new community that I'm forming. Stay tuned for new free and premium tutorials coming soon!
Brian Rodgers Jr. is an American Advertising Federation award winning commercial advertising photographer and digital artist based in northern Indiana specializing in product & architectural photography. Brian's work has been featured in various national publications including the cover of Photoshop User Magazine. In addition to running a full time commercial photography business he's a published writer and educator, contributing and producing tutorials and other content with Fstoppers.com