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    Default Photoshop Q

    Hi All,
    Anyone can advice how to PP the picture to black & white with certain portion of the picture highlight with color ?

    many thanks..

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    Default Re: Photoshop Q

    Quote Originally Posted by kktan88 View Post
    Hi All,
    Anyone can advice how to PP the picture to black & white with certain portion of the picture highlight with color ?

    many thanks..
    asked and asked before

    it's called selective colouring/desaturation

    one way of doing it, which i use, is to go to layer --> duplicate layer

    desaturate, and then use eraser to reveal the layer below with color

    can do it the other way to, to reveal the layer below without color, just change the layerorder

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    Default Re: Photoshop Q

    Use the following steps. Surely there are other ways, but this is what I used.

    1. Open photo
    2. Ctrl J to duplicate layer
    3. Create Adjustment layer > Hue/Saturation
    4. Drag Saturation to "0" to change to b/w (you mush uncheck colorized)
    5. Fill layer with White (Ctrl backspace or Alt backspace depending on your foreground/bg colour)
    6. Brush tool - select black
    7. Paint over area to review colour behind.
    8. Flatten layer
    9. Save

    Try it, see if it works.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kktan88 View Post
    Hi All,
    Anyone can advice how to PP the picture to black & white with certain portion of the picture highlight with color ?

    many thanks..
    If it's just one solid block of portion of the photo that you want to select in colour and not many parts, here's what i do, it's simple:
    i) use the lasso loop to select the portion that you want in colour.
    ii) from the selection tools, choose inverse selection
    iii) use desaturate. It's done!

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    Can try out this site.
    Hopefully it helps...

    http://www.photoshopsupport.com/tuto...-coloring.html

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