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Old Aug 25, 2006, 8:52 AM   #21
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scrappynik wrote: Yes Nikki, please post about that technique, i m waiting for that.
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In fact i also looking this type of effect in any pic. Can u tell more about that photoshop element, i mean how can i do, ther are any special tututorial for that ?
Do you have Elements? I actually have a book with how to do different effects. This one is pretty easy. I can post the directions if you want?

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Old Aug 25, 2006, 9:58 AM   #22
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  1. Open the photo[/*]
  2. Go under the Layers menu, under New, and choose Layer via Copy[/*]
  3. Press B to get the brush tool[/*]
  4. Choose a medium, soft edge brush[/*]
  5. In the options bar, change the mode pop-up menu of the brush tool to color[/*]
  6. Set foregournd color to black by pressing letter D[/*]
  7. Paint on your photo...paint only areas you want to de-colorize
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And that's basically it

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