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Special effects I can't figure out how to make one object in the photo be color while the rest of the photo remains black and white. help?

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You need to set the brush for subtractivecolor and allow grey. I find Corel a lot easier to use for this function.

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I can't find how to Cascade on Elements using "Expert Mode" Where is Expert Mode?


Modes are listed on the main screen of Adobe Photoshop Elements. Simply click on EXPERT to get into the expert mode.

The Expert mode has tools to correct color problems, create special effects, and enhance photos. The Quick mode contains simple tools for correcting color and lighting, and commands to quickly fix common problems, such as red eye. The Guided mode contains tools for basic photo edits, guided activities, and photographic effects. If you are new to digital imaging, Quick or Guided modes are a good place to start fixing photos.

If you've worked with image-editing applications before, you'll find that the Expert mode provides a flexible and powerful image-correction environment. It has lighting and color-correction commands, along with tools for fixing image defects, making selections, adding text, and painting on your images. You can rearrange the Expert workspace to best suit your needs. You can move, hide, and show panels, and arrange panels in the Panel Bin. You can also zoom in or out of the photo, scroll to a different area of the document window, and create multiple windows and views.

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Where is Expert Mode on Elements 9 to allow floating documents?


Expert mode is located above the document viewer. simply click it to enter into it.


The Expert mode has tools to correct color problems, create special effects, and enhance photos. The Quick mode contains simple tools for correcting color and lighting, and commands to quickly fix common problems, such as red eye. The Guided mode contains tools for basic photo edits, guided activities, and photographic effects. If you are new to digital imaging, Quick or Guided modes are a good place to start fixing photos.

If you've worked with image-editing applications before, you'll find that the Expert mode provides a flexible and powerful image-correction environment. It has lighting and color-correction commands, along with tools for fixing image defects, making selections, adding text, and painting on your images. You can rearrange the Expert workspace to best suit your needs. You can move, hide, and show panels, and arrange panels in the Panel Bin. You can also zoom in or out of the photo, scroll to a different area of the document window, and create multiple windows and views.

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Please tell me how do I get Backgrounds on my slideshow photos. Not the menu. At the moment my backgrounds are just black.


You need to right-click on any of the inserted photos when in edit mode. Go to "Background color" and choose from the palette. Here you can also choose to apply this colour to the rest of the photos in the chapter, or you can have a different coloured background for every photo if you wish.
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How do I retouch my photos that have many color pixels missing?


You can use the "blend" or "smear" feature on either GIMP (free) or PhotoShop by Adobe. This basically has the same effect as rubbing your thumb over words on a freshly written page, smearing the adjacent colors to fill in the blank or degraded spots. It's a nice feature to help fill in "blank" spots in images, especially after editing them for concept drawings and such, or enlarging images which are low-resolution.

Be careful with the tool, you can quickly go overboard.

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Altering text.


Bitmap images (also known as raster images) are made up of pixels in a grid. Pixels are picture elements; tiny dots of individual color that make up what you see on your screen.

Vectorimages are made up of many individual, scalable objects. These objectsare defined by mathematical equations rather than pixels, so theyalways render at the highest quality. Objects may consist of lines,curves, and shapes with editable attributes such as color, fill, andoutline. Changing the attributes of a vector object does not effect theobject itself. You can freely change any number of object attributeswithout destroying the basic object. An object can be modified not onlyby changing its attributes, but also by shaping and transforming itusing nodes and control handles.

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Source: http://graphicssoft.about.com/od/aboutgraphics/a/bitmapvector_2.htm

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B&W photo to color photo


Open color image, go to the Image/Mode Menu and select Grayscale.

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Conversion of a coloured photo into B and W sketch


Many photo editing programs can apply "effects", such as sepia, "stained glass", water color etc. See if the editing programs you have access to can create this effect.

Programs such as Adobe Fireworks or Photoshop have these capabilities.

Perhaps just turning off the color will give you what you're looking for, but you may lose the detail in your photo.

Check with your University IT department to see what photo editing software is supported, or talk to someone in the Art department.

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Change color of photo to black and white and then back to color


You should know the action scripts..
i think there would have been a action script written for action: (mouse over) you should delete it and then it might go off

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Gifs with white backgrounds


1. open in Photoshop
2. Windows --> layer. Then double click the layer there, click OK the dialog box so that the "background" become "layer"
3. Select the white background. You can use magicwand tool, or if the object you want to keep is not white, you can use "select color--> white"
4. Edit --> clear.
5. safe as gif

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Moving items from one photo to another


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