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    Josh - you've really got me started on sommething now - this is so much fun!! I'd better stop though after this one or I'll end up showing you my whole collection of photos
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    Very Cool! My favourite one is the rose... to make the background back to it's normal colour, use the lasoo tool to select the part you want to colourise... click layers>new layer> via cut... and then press CTRL and U, and it will colourise just the layer/selection you have selected.

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    Oops... am obviously teaching my granny to suck eggs so to speak, as you've already done that <G>Sorry!
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    I did that ages ago when I sort of got hooked changing pics. I was tempted to get the altered one on to a canvas, but wasn't sure how it would turn out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by josh.p., post: 93490
    Oops... am obviously teaching my granny to suck eggs so to speak, as you've already done that <G>Sorry!
    i tried the lasso tool thing when i was trying to do black and white with a hint of colour but i can't get to grips with it. i managed to keep the greenery (although deepened it a little) by choosing from the drop down list which colours i wanted to work with then changed the hue.

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    I did that ages ago when I sort of got hooked changing pics. I was tempted to get the altered one on to a canvas, but wasn't sure how it would turn out.
    i was thinking of your pics - you showed us them before didn't you....they're fabulous.




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    Very nice pics- How big is it? I think it'd be good on a canvas if you used the original sized one
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    here's another i did on photobucket. Original first followed by the altered one
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    Lovely Mum!!! I don't know which of those two I like best!!!




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    Love it!

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    i think i like the altered one, i used the 'old photo' icon to do and put the fuzzy border on. shame the pics aren't bigger though




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