Is there any way to convert an image to its complementary colors. I tried
using the CMYK mode and inverting the C, M, and Y colors leaving the K
alone but the whites seem to get to dark.
Any help would be appreciated.
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> alone but the whites seem to get to dark.
> Any help would be appreciated.
Move the Hue Slider to either 180 or -180 (fully right or fully left).
That's 180 degrees around the Munsell.
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I have a lot of trouble knowing what is a good complementary color to use
with an existing color. For instance, say I have a background that's a
shade of yellow and I want to create text of a color that goes well with
that yellow background.
What techniques can be used in Photoshop (or with any other product) to find
good matching colors for someone like me who doesn't have an inate sense of