How To Change Eye Color With Photoshop

by Robert Baldwin | April 19, 2017

So you took a picture and you want to alter your eyes, you want to make them shine! or glow or change the color… this can seem challenging but it’s actually very simple! In this blog post, I will teach you how to succeed in this endeavour with a simple video tutorial.

You will learn the basics of brushing and the magic of layering in less than four minutes and then your eye color-changing skills will be perfect!

To start, you only need a medium-quality photograph (but high quality is always preferable!), Adobe Photoshop, and means to watch the tutorial.

How To Enhance Eye Color With Photoshop

So you took the photo, everything looks good but the eyes feel somewhat dull, as if something were off. They may need some serious enhancing! To do this, you only need to adjust hue and saturation the right way.

The hue setting calibrates the particular shade of the color you chose, while the saturation setting is the one you need to change, so to speak, the light effect your eyes will carry.

Watch the video to learn this technique and give those eyes the best color ever!

How To Make Eyes Glow With Photoshop

If you want to draw fanart for a character with glowing eyes, design a cool videogame monster or just have a bit of fun with a photo of yourself, mastering the eye-glow technique is a must. This is a bit trickier than the previous ones, but the video tutorial will help you achieve this result in no time!

Hue and saturation still play a big role in this one, but you will also need lightness and great skills in adding layer to layer. Add a bit of brushing to the mix, and you will get eyes so accurate that they will look natural!

Hope you enjoyed that tutorial!

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