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You can try this: 1 - change the image mode to Grayscale (top menu Image > Mode > Grayscale) 2 - open Image > Adjustments > Threshold. That will allow you to adjust which parts of the grayscale will be converted to black or to white, making your image truly binary. From the Adobe help: The Threshold filter converts grayscale or color images into ...


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Check out Image Trace in Adobe Illustrator. I like using python and PIL, however. from PIL import Image image_file = Image.open("myimage.bmp") image_file = image_file.convert('1') # convert image_file.save('result.bmp')


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After using Image > Mode > Grayscale to convert to a grayscale image, you’ll be able to now select Image > Mode > Bitmap, which does exactly what you’re after. Many of Photoshop’s functions aren’t available in bitmap mode, but hopefully that’s not an issue. If it is, you can run them when still in grayscale, then convert to bitmap.


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maybe you could try converting the logo like you are converting a colour photograph to black and white? Try Layers > Add adjustment layer > Channel Mixer and check on the "monochrome" option. After that you just use the sliders to adjust the highlights and tones. You can even add another adjustment layer > curves and change the tone of the image. I ...


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The Threshold Tool might be really helpful on this project. Then using Color overlay to pick a specific color. I realize that this thread happened about a year ago, but I thought I would post this just in case somebody else comes looking (like I did).



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