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Who Knows Photoshop?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by SpellZ, May 26, 2009.

  1. SpellZ

    SpellZ Regular Member

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    QUESTION:

    When I go to Layer > New adjustment Layer > Black and White
    The entire image turns black and white, and when I adjust the colours... Just different shades of black and white change, but there is no like.. yellows or whatever.. like.. wtf is going on!:(
     
  2. SpellZ

    SpellZ Regular Member

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    :( grrr
     
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    SpellZ Regular Member

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    Hmm.. what mask?

    It just says "Layer"
     
  5. TheInternetHustler

    TheInternetHustler Regular Member

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    "use the Eraser tool with a soft brush to erase"
    I believe this is saying that you use the eraser tool to erase from the top layer(the black and white layer). Only the top layer is black and white, you have to erase parts of it to get the desired effect. At least that is my guess.
     
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    The layer you are working on should have 2 squares in the layer menu. Be sure you have the mask selected and just do the erasing on the mask, not on the original picture.
     
  7. Sippy79

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    Actually you don't use the eraser rather the soft round brush tool with a opacity of about 60%. Using black as foreground color lets you easily "erase" the parts you don't want to be shown, but make sure you paint on the mask (second square on your layer). Black will hide parts on your mask while white will show it again...This way you have wayyyyyyyyyyyyy more control instead of just using the eraser tool.


    Did you noticed the checkbox called "colortone" at the bottom part of the window?