With the Color Range selection active, choose Layer>New Adjustment Layer>Curves. Drag down on the curve as needed to darken the shadow tones and increase the textural depth of the image. Click OK.
How do you enhance black in Photoshop?
Set blacks in Photoshop by using Levels. Hold down the Alt or Option key as you click and drag the black slider to the right. The screen will turn white; this is the blacks threshold screen. As you move the slider, details will start to appear.
How do you deepen a color in Photoshop?
Choose Enhance > Adjust Color > Adjust Hue/Saturation, or Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Hue/Saturation to work on an adjustment layer. Select Colorize. If the foreground color isn’t black or white, Photoshop Elements converts the image into the hue of the current foreground color.
How do you make black look darker?
If you add too much black, your color will be almost black. Another way to darken a color is to mix in some of the complementary color (the opposite color on a color wheel – see below). This produces a rich, dark color (richer than just adding black).
How do I darken part of an image in Photoshop?
Darken parts of a photo to tone down distracting areas that are too bright.
- Long press on the Add Layer button (the plus symbol) in the taskbar on the right and choose Adjustment Layer > Curves.
- In the Layer Properties panel that appears, pull down on the center of the curve line to darken the image.
How do I darken a light in Photoshop?
Improve shadow and highlight detail
Choose Enhance > Adjust Lighting > Shadow/Highlights. Drag any of the adjustment sliders or enter values in the text boxes, then click OK. Brightens the dark areas of your photo and reveals more of the shadow detail that was captured in your image.
How do I saturate black in Photoshop?
In the menu bar, choose Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Hue/Saturation. Click OK in the New Layer dialog box. In the Adjustments panel, click the Hue/Saturation icon.
How do you darken latex paint?
Add some of the color you want to darken into a container. Next, add a LITTLE bit of the black paint and mix it in. Keep adding the black paint in SMALL amounts until you get the desired color. A little black paint will darken up the other paint fast, so less is more until achieve your desired color!
How do you equalize lighting in Photoshop?
Using the Equalize command
- (Optional) Select an area of the image to equalize.
- Choose Image > Adjustments > Equalize.
- If you selected an area of the image, select what to equalize in the dialog box, and click OK: Equalize Selected Area Only. Evenly distributes only the pixels in the selection.
How do I equalize a color in Photoshop?
You’ll find the Equalize command in the “Image” menu’s “Adjust” submenu. Unlike most of the adjustments Photoshop offers, though, Equalize only applies as a direct, destructive process with no equivalent adjustment layer or Smart Filter options.