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I just made a prom-shirt of my class. Here's how it looks:

Am I able to change the black color of these into another color, like blue "in a single click" Thank you in advance :)

  • @hello and welcome to GD.SE what application do you want to use for the single click? Is imagemagick ok or do you want to use Photoshop? Why a single click? – joojaa May 14 '15 at 11:47
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    Yes there are ways, what software are you using? I'd also mention though that if the goal is making t-shirts you probably don't need to change the color. Just tell your manufacturer what ink/dye to associate with this plate. See this for more information: graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/36272/… – Ryan May 14 '15 at 11:59
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Since you didn't specify application here's how you do in Photoshop.

  1. Make a color fill layer move it under your image
  2. Make your image color mode Screen

organisation

Image 1: Described setup

You can now double click on the color fill layer, Photoshop will open a color picker dialog to change the color.

color picker

Image 2: Change color by double clicking on Color Fill 1

You could do same in GIMP, imageMagick you name it.

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