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I guess it´s the same workflow as in AD (I don´t have AP): add an adjustment layer to your color raster image called "Black&White" - and on this layer selected paint back the colors with the eraser - for example:

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Cheers

P.

 

PS: MEB is simply too fast for me.  :D

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Thank you for your prompt reply. I converted this image using Picasa, which I no longer have.

 

I simply converted the colour image to B&W and then brushed away the layer over the flower, revealing the original colour to the flower only.

 

Is there a tutorial in AP which explains this procedure?

 

Alan

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I guess it´s the same workflow as in AD (I don´t have AP): add an adjustment layer to your color raster image called "Black&White" - and on this layer selected paint back the colors with the eraser - for example:

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Cheers

P.

 

PS: MEB is simply too fast for me.  :D

 

 

Had a quick go at what you suggested, which I think worked quite well. many thanks for your help.

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If you accidentally erase across the boarder you can paint it back with black - just in the case you didn´t know it already.  :D

 

Cheers

P.

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