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My oldest is graduating from elementary school this year and just had his big DARE graduation a couple of weeks ago. The DARE program wasn't around when I was his age and I really didn't know that much until he came home one night and crammed to finish. I have to admit that as corny as the little ceremony was I was proud of him.
I used this months theme of graduation to document a few photos I took that day.
I kept this all digital layout pretty simple since I wanted to keep the focus on the photos. Most of the blue and yellow papers I had chosen were slightly off from the his schools colors so I ended up changing them all. Changing the color of digital elements is super easy and helps make those digital supplies go really far. I'll show you how you can do the same.
Here is the script pattern paper from Union Jack opened in Elements.
I then zoomed in really close to make the red script area larger. You'll now click on Enhance > Adjust Color > Replace Color.
Click on the top square (1) of the menu that pops up. This is where you'll select the color that you want replaced. Your curser will change into the eyedrop tool and you'll now go to your pattern paper and select the color you want to change.
The slider just below (2) is where you'll define how much of that color you want to change. I kept the slider all the way to the right.
In the large circled area (3) the white image is what will be replaced.
The bottom square (4) is where you'll select your replacement color. Click that box and then select your new color from the menu (5) that comes up. You can select it from a picture with the eyedrop tool or from another color swatch.
Once you've selected the color you'll click ok on the Select Target Color Menu and then ok on the Replace Color Menu. That's it! Just a few easy steps and I turned the red script blue.
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