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Try to find glasses you like on the Internet. Than, when you remove the curtains just paste "new" glasses into white spaces. Make some tunning and it should be OK.


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The two easiest ways to do this is either Color Balance or Curves. Color Balance as many functions in Photoshop is doing the curves for you. On your layer panel click the Black and White circle at the bottom and choose Color Balance adjustment layer, then switch Tone to Shadows and push up the Blue to your desired amount. You can then fine tune it using ...


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Edit: If you make the picture B&W before hand, and use curves to get a better contrast, then change the hue of the entire pic, you can then use the below part. So what you need to do is use the Colour Range tool from the Select dropdown. Select whatever your shadows are, and then you can use the Hue/Saturation tool to change your selection.


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Hi Blues – unusual question! It looks to me like there are a couple of things you need to work on: Hot Spots The fetus' skin is very shiny, so you'll need to reduce the hotspots in the image. This is a problem you'll often encounter when re-touching images shot with a direct flash – oily skin often results in big, shiny areas that need to be toned down. ...


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If the photo is grayscale, you can recolour it in InDesign. Create a box and give it a white fill. Place an image into a box. Select the image with the white arrow (make sure you're selecting the image and not the box that contains it) and change the fill – this will change the colour of the black part of the image. Using a grey will mean your image is ...


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You could do it in Photoshop otherwise a dirty trick you can do in Indesign. Paste another copy of same image over the image and change blending mode to Screen in Effect panel. Play with opacity to get desire brightness. For contrast Paste another copy over and change blending mode to Overlay... use opacity to control contrast. I know it's not the right ...


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Here are the manual steps to achieve that in Photoshop (based in CS6 on OS X): Open the image (Ctrl-O). Increase contract by selecting in menu Image -> Auto Tone (Shift-CMD-L). Optional: Choose Filter -> Lens Correction... (Shift-CMD-R) and straighten the image by using Straighten Tool (A). Basically draw a straight horizontal line in the middle of the ...


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Different to selecting the Gimp Select > Border tool does not allow for anti-aliasing. This leads to hard to overcome aliasing artifacts on working with this selection. Feathering the selection border does not lead to the desired result. The only way I know of on how to overcome this is to make the selection on an up-scaled version of our image. Upscale ...


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Colour depth is the number of bits/bytes used to display a colour. Presently you're using an 8-bit depth, giving you 256 colours (0-255). This is an indexed colour approach, the different values (from 0-255) are paletted, meaning that the each of the 256 values points to a colour representation stored in the header of the graphics document you're working ...



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