With the Replace Color command in Photoshop Elements, you can replace designated colors in your image with other colors. You first select the colors you want to replace by creating a mask, which is a selection made by designating white (selected), black (unselected), and gray (partially selected) areas. You can then adjust the hue and/or saturation of those selected colors. Selection shows the mask in the Preview area. The deselected areas are black, partially selected areas are gray, and selected areas are white. Image shows the actual image in the Preview area. If you can’t quite get the selection you want with the Fuzziness slider, try selecting the Localized Color Clusters option. This option enables you to select multiple areas of color and can assist in getting a cleaner, more precise selection, especially when trying to select more than one color. Be careful to use a light hand (no pun intended) with the Lightness slider. You can reduce the tonal range too much and end up with a mess. The adjacent figure shows that you can use Replace Color to change the color of tulips from orange to yellow. Learn how to take great pictures, edit your photos, upload your pictures online, and shop smart for a new camera or accessories. Source.