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  • razor_to_rosary
    Adding color accents to a grayscale image
    by razor_to_rosary
    Hey, I am using Photoshop 8 and cannot find anywhere how to add color accents (like eyes, piece of clothing, etc) to a grey/black and white image. If anyone could help me, I would be so grateful!!
    08-27-2005, 06:20 PM
  • duwayne
    Help converting black/white image to color
    by duwayne
    I've learned a lot at RP including about 7 ways to convert color images to black and white. The challenge I have now is to find ONE way to convert a 256-grayscale image into a 256-color image. Could be RGB or Indexed (or anything else for that matter). I use Photoshop CS on a Windows platform. Any...
    10-05-2006, 04:35 AM
  • Cyberek
    The best way to blend hairs on background change.
    by Cyberek
    So, I hope, that the place is right, cosue question is from a pphotographic side... but....

    What would be the best way to shot a model (I mean the color of background etc), so changing the background would be easy after all.

    Afaik if a model has a black or dark hairs, one...
    10-10-2009, 08:27 AM
  • Kim
    Question on Photoshop Work Area Background
    by Kim
    I've been trying to figure out how to change the dull background of the Photoshop Work Area. Currently it's plain gray (only turn black when I switch it to Full Screen Mode).

    Is it possible to change this background without changing the screen mode to full ?

    Thanks
    08-12-2005, 02:17 PM
  • bart_hickman
    LAB versus HSL
    by bart_hickman
    I see a lot of folks convert to the LAB color space (and back again) and you most often say you're doing it so you can edit luminance and color informaton separately.

    My question is, why not use the HSL color space instead? It seems more intuitive. Photoshop has the Hue, Saturation...
    03-10-2006, 07:30 PM
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