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hey i was wondering how you make a picture like this one only partially black and white while still leaving certain areas or colors still with color. thanks :]

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not sure but i think they have to be recolored..... easier if you have a stylus and touch pad thingy

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in photoshop select the two shirts, inverse selections and then make the selection black and white.






hey i was wondering how you make a picture like this one only partially black and white while still leaving certain areas or colors still with color. thanks :]



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theres something called I think its photo impressions that alot of people use for there myspace pics

I remember seeing it on the demon

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@GBK.Xscape who`s that girl ? she is veryyyyyyyyy niceeeeeeeeee :pirate2:


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haha first of all her boyfriend is in the pic right next to her, they go to my church and i got that pic off of their myspace.... hahah

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If you have Photoshop, you can use the history brush. You can use it like this:

1. Make the complete picture black and white
2. Select your history brush, and start to paint :P
3. Paint everything you want colored, and voila :gathering:

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If you have Photoshop, you can use the history brush. You can use it like this:

1. Make the complete picture black and white
2. Select your history brush, and start to paint :P
3. Paint everything you want colored, and voila :gathering:

awesome, this is what i was looking for all along, thanks sooo much!

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If you have lightroom you can get really cool results with "Virance" turning it way down.

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You can also use the magic wand to select the shirts then exclude it, then convert the pics to B&W. it's all that simple.

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You can use Channel Mixer Layer, and mask it to reveal all except shirts.

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Or you can use the select -> color range and use that tool to select the color you want to keep then inverse and desaturate.

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you can use quick mask mode with a feathered brush to select the shirts. i would recommend doing a copy/paste to a new layer and then desaturating the original layer.





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