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Hi, I was just surfing youtube yesterday and I came across a video by Sean Tucker: 

 

 

At 7:50, Sean uses hue saturation and lumance sliders to edit inividual colours in his image. I was wondering if you can do this in affinity photo. I am interested in buying it soon so any answer will help me in making my decision.

 

Thanks, Jayvin.

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Hey Jayvin, yes, you can achieve what Sean is doing very easily within Photo, it's all done through the HSL Adjustment. You can target individual colour ranges and tweak hue shift, saturation and luminosity.

 

There are many other ways you can isolate and edit colour in Photo besides this approach, but you can certainly do exactly what you're asking. Hope that helps!


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33 minutes ago, James Ritson said:

Hey Jayvin, yes, you can achieve what Sean is doing very easily within Photo, it's all done through the HSL Adjustment. You can target individual colour ranges and tweak hue shift, saturation and luminosity.

 

There are many other ways you can isolate and edit colour in Photo besides this approach, but you can certainly do exactly what you're asking. Hope that helps!

Thanks so much!

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