This one’s requested by anon. I did this all on my own. it’s basically just experimenting with stuff.
Program used: Photoshop CS6 (yes I know I have CC 2017 but making tutorials is easier on CS6)
Okay so this is the gif I used:
Step 1: first make/open your gif (and adjust it the way you want.)
What I’m going to eplain now is how I do it. How the coloring gifs look, differs per person. The best way is to just experiment with it and don’t hold onto one thing. Maybe you want to start with the Vibrance or Contrast, that’s entirely up to you. But this is how I usually work:
Step 2: click the half circle button and click Brightness/Contrast
Step 3: adjust the Brightness to your liking. Because this gif has a lot of dark shades, I want to increase the Brightness. I leave the Contrast out of it because it usually makes the gif a bit darker and I don’t want that at this moment.
Step 4: click the half circle button and click Vibrance. For this gif I increase it to 100 because it makes everything just a bit more colorful.
Step 5: click the half circle button and click Exposure. Now I want to make it darker. Here I experiment with Offset. I suggest you to keep it between -0,1 and 0
Step 6: now we want his hair to be a bit more greener. Click the half circle button and click Hue/Saturation. Decide what color you want to isolate and choose that color from the menu that currently says Master. We want to select green. Increase the saturation of green to about 33.
Step 8: we’re done! save the file :)
So I hope this helped you all! If you want me to do more tutorials, just let me know :)