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    How to change white to black

    How can you change a white shirt to a black shirt in Photoshop? Do you use hue/saturation?

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    This is a bit of a sticky problem, which I admit I haven't come across before. If I were you though, I'd try to select the parts of the shirt you want to change then hit ctrl+j to make it it's own layer. Image->adjustments->black&white and put all the sliders at black. If that isn't dark enough, follow it up with image->adjustments->brightness/contrast and pull the brightness slider down until it works (repeat this step as necessary).

    this'll probably require some tweaking, but it should at least get you close.

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    Duplicate Layer, INVERT, Layer Mask
    w00t

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    I thought about that mfox, but if there are any shadows on the shirt (as there very likely will be) inverting the color might throw things off.

    edit: it could do something like this:

    Last edited by mozartdminor; 01-01-2009 at 01:02 PM.

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    true, white shadows would look dumb

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    image -> adjustments -> black and white

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    Desaturate, then follow screenshot (fiddle with the settings):




    Tons of other ways to do this with different results, but I have not much time show them.

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    maybe you research into the internet then find how to duplicate an color of black and white

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    Quote Originally Posted by jams002 View Post
    maybe you research into the internet then find how to duplicate an color of black and white
    Why should he when I just provided a simple solution that works?

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    good tip :-) thank you

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