Go to the Layers panel, click the Create new fill or adjustment layer icon, and choose Hue/Saturation. This adds a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer that you can use to adjust color without permanently changing the underlying photo.
How do I add color to a layer in Photoshop?
Click the Fill/Adjustment layer icon at the bottom of the Layers panel and select Solid Color. Pick a color from the Color Picker that appears. You can move the round selector to adjust the color, and then click OK. Tip: Drag the vertical slider on the rainbow-colored bar to view a different color range.
How can I add color to part of a picture?
Go to the Image menu, then to Adjustments , and choose Replace Color . When the dialog box opens, the first step is to sample the color in the image you want to replace by clicking on it. Now go to the Hue , Saturation , and Lightness controls to set the color you want to use as a replacement.
Can I change the color of a picture?
Click the picture that you want to change. Under Picture Tools, on the Format tab, in the Adjust group, click Color. If you don’t see the Format or Picture Tools tabs, make sure that you’ve selected a picture.
Why can’t I change the color of a shape in Photoshop?
Click on the shape’s layer. Then press the “U” key. At the top(under the bar containing: File, Edit, Image, etc) there should be a drop down menu next to “Fill:” Then select your color.