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Adobe Photoshop Elements Question - Recolor entire image?

Posted by cheerit (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 10, 03 at 21:22

I have a floorplan that I need to recolor. It is very, very detailed and black right now. It is in RGB mode. I need to recolor the entire picture to Hue 215. I have tried everything, but nothing is working. I cannot use the magic wand to select the picture b/c it is too detailed and I know pieces would be left out. Does anyone know how to select everything and then recolor the whole picture?

I have gone to Image/Adjust Color/Hue Saturation and then select colorize. I inputed my 215 and set saturation at 50. It colorized it in the preview AND in my layer window but then when I clicked OK it when back to black - like I hadn't done a thing!

Help! This is driving me crazy! : )


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RE: Adobe Photoshop Elements Question - Recolor entire image?

cheerit, you might try asking this at the graphics & scanning forum. I bet someone there can help you.


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RE: Adobe Photoshop Elements Question - Recolor entire image?

THANK YOU!! I still haven't figured it out!


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