So when it comes to colors and photoshop, there's a couple of things I want to show you here, especially when we're talking about CMYK, RGB, and hex colors. The first thing I want you to notice is that you've got a couple of places, there's one over here on your left hand menu bar, where you've got some color blocks, then you've also got this lovely little thing up here, I love looking at this thing, this little color box up here that's going to show you a couple of other things about color. For instance, right now I've actually used and I'm over here in the left-hand column over here with all my little tools. This is the eye dropper tool. I love it. I think of it as like sucking up some color. So if I want to go in just a little bit more on this and maybe I want to suck up this yellow right here, it will suck up a little bit of the yellow and if you'll notice, my eye dropper now, my little color wheel has changed and gone to the yellow part of the spectrum. It's also done it down here as well. So that has picked up a pixel in within this cog here, and decided what color that's going to be. Now I can also go back over here to my, well it's a cyan or an aqua color here and a couple of things I want to show you. So that's one thing first of all on how to pick a specific color, a little eye dropper tool, I love it. Do literally think of it as an eye dropper that is like sucking up some of those color pixels and notice, watch over here in this big old color palette over here on the right that it's going to change, it's going to go way on the color wheel. Not only is it changing within this box, but it's also changing right here on our color spectrum. So if I go click on this again, notice it's going back and forth up and down lovely loved that little tool. Another thing I want to show you too though when it comes to picking colors and using colors and photoshop, for instance, let's say you wanted to know so I've picked this aqua color here, and I want to know what is the RGB percentages and maybe even what is also the hex code if maybe I wanted to use this color somewhere on a website and I had to put it into URL coding. See up over here, you've got these two little color palettes. Again, you've also got them down over here but I'm actually just going to be shown it will take you to the same place. I'm going to click on that color. If you'll notice, it's going bring me up this color picker. This is a really cool little feature in Photoshop that helps tell you what different color percentages are. So for instance, if I want to know or I need to tell somebody, hey, this is going to be I don't know our logo color or brand color or something like that, and they need to know the RGB values, here they are right here. There's a certain amount of 256 value of it. There's 30 of the 256 value of red. There's a quite a bit of green, and quite a bit of blue. It's also going to tell me the CMYK percentages in case I wanted to send those to a printer or something like that. You don't use an awful lot of the lab or the HSB, but this number right down here remember how we talked about hex codes and those are the ones that are made up of letters and numbers, and hex meaning six, it's got six of those letters or numbers. So if you needed to go online and use a hex code, this is where you would look for that. So again, that's in the color picker and you're just clicking one time, on this little color palette right here and it's going to take you and show you a lot of different features to it. Another thing you could do too as your fuel. Okay. That is our team color, we're going to use that. You can add it to your swatches, and what that's going to do is I'm going to call this team color. If that's going to add it, you'll notice up here we've got this little area of swatches. Well there it is right there, I've named it something. So if I ever need to get back to it, I can actually should be able to pick it and it's going to let me pick that team color. Couple other things I want to show you is over here. There's my team color right in there. I only have one right now just to show you some step and there again, I could hover over that in within my libraries or my swatches palette, if that show up again. It's going to show me first of all what I've called it as well as that hex code and the RGB of it. Now a couple of things I want to show you at least one more thing in particular is under here where it says adjustments. You've got a lot of different adjustments. We've talked a lot about contrast in other courses and we're going to talk even more about it later on, but I could go in and change like let's say if I thought, "Oh this is too bright." Or something like that. I could go in and dull it down, or brighten it up, as you're moving that around. I can also go in, it's not going to make too much of a difference in the contrast a little bit with the blues, and the colors in there making it brighter and lighter. But what this does is if you're given an image that let's just say especially for photos, a lot of times there are certain parts of the image that are darker, and you want to add some brightness and stuff to it. You can start playing around. I'll tell you, Photoshop is good and stuff to it. So I'd save your original, and then save whatever you going to play around with as your test thing that you're going to, whatever you want to name it. So again that's over here and these adjustments. You've got a couple of other things too. You can add with the levels. This is when you're really getting into a lot of photo manipulation. You've also got curves, that's another one. They're getting into a lot of manipulation, but you can change it to a black and white image and if you'll notice, I just messed up my entire image here. So maybe I want to play around with the reds and gets, I'll tell you can really start doing some funky stuff here if you play around with black and white images. So sometimes, I don't find this black and white to be the best feature. So I'm going to edit, undo, love, control Z. I wish that there was, excuse me, command Z, I wish that was in our lives. But you can actually go to image adjustments, mode and over here, this is where you can make it into great scale. I find that to be a better option. Now it is going to discard all my colors. So this is where you may have noticed it's black and white. I find that to be a better one. Again, it's under here image, mode, gray scale, they call it that because obviously black and white is on a scale of different shades of gray. I like that one better than playing around over here with the adjustments. So those are a couple of things that I've probably, let me go back to love my command Z which we have that live. Let me just go back and just say, my big caveats make sure you save some of your files, quite a few different versions of it because Photoshop you can start doing some damage to some images, or some really cool stuff. But that's some color things that are just really cool to know. So again if I want to go back, pick this color, pick actually I'm not on the layer, pick this color up, I mean go in here. This is going to be one that you probably going to as a beginning designer, you'll need to use this one a little bit more. So again I clicked on this color swatch here, and it took me to show me the RGB, CMYK, and my hex stuff, which is all the stuff that we have talked about in this course. So hopefully, you can play around with that and have some fun with it.