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B/w to colour

Is there any other shortcut tricks to make old fully dmamage b/w to colour phots without selecting them part wise

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There isn't anything that can add color information that isn't there. If you want to make a b&w photo into color, you're going to have to add color. I'd do it by adding a white background layer and painting on that with whatever color you need, with the white on the original (a new layer, above the white one) with the original (background) made invisible by clicking on the eye in the layers pallet. You can use an eraser to 'trim' the color if you run over the 'lines' on the b&w layer. Maybe add a new layer for each color or each item you color, and name it appropriately, to more easily keep track of what you're working on each time you try to edit.

Hope this will FixYa!!!

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