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#1 5girlies


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Posted 29 November 2011 - 09:51 AM

Hi! I am not sure if anyone on here is good with editing. What I would like to do is take a picture of my five girls and print it in black and white with just their scarves colored pink. There is a way to do this, I am sure. I even found software on lunapic.com, but I can't figure it out. Or does anyone know people who will edit your picture for a fee? Thanks, Lisa
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Posted 29 November 2011 - 12:09 PM

I think you have to do that in layers if you can. I would do the bottom layer in color, then second layer of the same picture in black and white. Then "erase" the area of the scarves so they are in color still. I think then you can change the color of the scarves if they aren't already pink. There may be other ways to do it though, that's how I've done it before.

Unfortunately my program i was using got corrupted and I haven't got one that will do it anymore or I would try to help you out! :(
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Posted 29 November 2011 - 02:17 PM

I am not familiar with that computer program but Danielle is right, you have to put it in layers and then erase the part you want colored.

There are some people here who are VERY good at doing that here... I can do it. IF you want help, just send me the photo to my email address (fshinggrl at msn dot com) and I can give it a try. :)
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