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  1. I've seen the tutorial on recolouring objects in Colour images. I was wondering how this technique is applied/ can be applied to specific objects in Black & White images such as an umbrella? Is this possible, if so, how do I do it. Thank you for any assistance.
  2. I am more drawn towards using Designer but will be spending more time later this year learning about Photo. One of my HUGE Designer / Photo add on packs which is my main production flow, requires me to need a photo editor, Despite being a long term user of another editor ( not PS!) which offers utilities not included in Photo, I find thta I can get what I am wanting in Photo without too much hassle. Let's say I am liking it alot.. So as my effort of showing off my creations here is one and I included the original image for comparison. Hope you like it. I encourage all positive critiques!
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