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 How to Grayscale Parts of a Tag

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PostSubject: How to Grayscale Parts of a Tag   3/24/2012, 9:30 am

Ok...sometimes you want part of your tag in black and white while the rest stays in color. This is really very simple to do and there are several ways to do it.

With a plugin: I use Xero Grayscaler. I just like the even-ness it gives.

If you don't have a plugin that does Grayscale, it's only a few steps to achieve the look you want.
Take this tag in progress, we are going to grayscale the tube.

In PSP go to Adjust>Hue and Saturation>Hue/Saturation/Lightnesss. You will get a screen that looks like this.

I have the Saturation control highlighted in the blue box. Take this control all the way to the bottom for full grayscale. You can adjust it as you like, but for this tut we're going all the way.

For PhotoShop:

Go to Image>Adjustments>Hue/Saturation

You will get a screen that looks like this:

Again I have the Saturation control highlighted in the blue box, just pull the control all the way to the left and you will have full grayscale.

HERE is a turorial on how to do this in GIMP.
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