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I`d like to have the ability to change a view (similar to contour view) but in black and white to check the contrast. I have tried with a B&W layer, but I have to adjust the brightness of individual colors. In the left side is how works this function in photoshop, in the right is with a b&W layes, as you can see the brightness do not correspond to the colors.

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Have you tried by changing the Color profile to Grayscale?

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Also, you could try with the HSL Adjustment, to move the Saturation slider to the left.

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9 minutes ago, Mithferion said:

Have you tried by changing the Color profile to Grayscale?

Best regards!

 

 


My computer is a nothing-special Toshiba laptop with unremarkable specs running Windows 10 64-bit.

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Thanks, @MikeW

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