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Old 03-18-2009, 09:45 PM   #1
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Default How to Create A Black & White Photo with spots of color

This is my first tutorial! so bear with me and ask questions if you dont understand a certain step or whatever...

anyways, this is a simple trick to take a photo like This

and turn it into something like This

Ok so here we go:

1.Open your image of choice up in photoshop

2.Go to the bar at the top and select Layer>New Adjustment Layer>Hue/Saturation

3.Click OK and you should see a screen like this:

4. Drag the saturation all the way to the left and click ok.

5. Make sure your color palette is set with black first and white second, like this:

6.Now use the paintbrush tool to paint over your black and white image. The segments of the picture you paint will return to color. Here's a halfway point of this picture:

and here's the final result again:

I used a size 17 brush for this pic but you can use whatever you want to get the right amount of detail

good luck and let me know what you think

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