Attached to this post I have two images. One shows a building with a selection around specific areas, and the other shows what it looks like when I'm done replacing colors using Corel Photopaint. Getting from the original color to a target RGB with enough transparency can be a challenge (I actually match my printer's output to a paint chip). Anyways, Photopaint kills the target color with their replace tool unless the initial color is very close to the target. I cannot figure out for the life of me how to do this in Photoshop If I use the Polygonal Lasso Tool to isolate an area then select Replace Color, I would expect that I could set the Fuzziness to the maximum value then click the Replacement Result color and enter my target RGB. Not so, though. And sliding the HSL values is not an option. As mentioned above, I have the target RGB and need to get to that. Can someone educate me as to how I could do this in PS?