I'm a Photoshop layman and have a task that I figured would be straightforward, but which I haven't been able to figure out even after researching online. I hope you don't mind me ask what is likely a complete newbie question here.
I have an image I'm just copy and pasting into Photoshop from another screen/web browser. It's a greyscale clipart-style line drawing on a white background. I want to change ALL the white pixels in the image to another color (a specific RGB value), including the white pixels inside the drawing.
Photoshop's "Replace Color" command seemed to be promising, but I can't enter an RGB or even absolute HSB value.
So: how do I do this, either using Replace Color or another approach? Thanks!