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Old Apr 24, 2006, 3:04 PM   #11
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Just popped back for 5 minutes to explain the process I went through:
  • Desaturate the original image (Image - Adjustments - Desaturate), CTRL+SHIFT+U[/*]
  • Select the HISTORY BRUSH from the brush palette.[/*]
  • To should have a HISTORY palette on the right of the screen. Click in the grey square to the left of the history action BEFORE the 'Desaturate' you have just done. NB - if you have only opened the file and desaturated it, click the grey square to the left of the thumbnail of the original image at the top of the history palette.[/*]
  • You can now paint the previous state over the desaturated image, choosing your brush size carefully and zooming in to accurately re-colour tricky parts.
Hope this makes sense. If not, give me a shout and I'll try and explain further.

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