Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Norris Park





We had an errand to the bank yesterday and decided to take the boys to the park afterwards so they could run off some energy.  We had walked the trails in this park one other time and I was disappointed that I hadn't brought my camera so I made sure to bring it this time.  I would like to learn in Photoshop how to change the flag to real deep colors of red, white, and blue while the rest remains black and white.  This one just came from the camera and some of the colors popped out, but not exactly what I was looking for.

4 comments:

Mrs. B said...

selective coloring is actually pretty simple in photoshop! You use the little 'laso' tool AKA...quick selection, and start going over the border of what you want to be in color...once you've perfected the borders of what you want in color right click and select 'inverse'...then you can change the photo to b/w and everything BUT what you selected will be b/w! :) I can explain further if you want...i've learned SOO much with photoshop recently...it's fun to play with! :)

Hettie Brewner said...

OK thanks!!!! :) xoxo

~ Noelle said...

i have photoshop and need to learn.. but i can not even get the picture IN photoshop to start playing with it

Hettie Brewner said...

I recommend looking at Pioneer Woman's photography blog on Photoshop.....after you learn how to get the photo in there.:) lol If I download a photo and then open Photoshop and go to organizer it automatically asks if I want to import new photos.