I want to grayscale a color photo and then color one object in the photo without losing the lines and definition of the object...How do I do that? I think it is called colore blending, but have no idea what tools to use?
If you want to color an object with a color of your choice, try the following:
Here I reduced the layer opacity to 66%, and using a black brush hid the red color over the license plate
That works technically, but one is restricted to the color presets in the smart brush tool, the one with the gears.
The range of colors available via the color picker is vastly superior, in my opinion.
Sorry...I am new to this...I am attaching the photo here...I want to change
it to greyscale but have the lantern remain red, but pale? I don't want to
lose the structure of the lantern...Can I do that ?
That can be easily done.
Here's the original image:
The layers wind up like this:
And the final result:
You must log in to the Adobe PSE forum:
using your browser. Then, when using the reply editor, you will see the icon to add an image. It's the icon that hatstead showed you.
Much easier way to color a B*W pic...thats if you have the picture you want already in the color you want. PSE > Under Edit mode...GUIDE then scroll to the bottom >Click Style Match, it will double your pic both in there own window..side by side add any type of b&w pic from google or wherever then>transfer tones and all your pic is b&w form ..use the sliders to adjust the clarity,intesity and details if you want....then > click the style eraser and erase over top of the part you want colored...you make an error no worries .....use the style painter brush to correct it. HTH..