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    Help needed with Photoshop Elements

    Please help!

    Photoshop has a history brush where one can restore the orginal colour to a certain section of a photograph after changing it to black & white.

    How can this be done in Photoshop Elements?

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    Re: Help needed with Photoshop Elements

    Hi Buster,
    I have PSE 10 don't know if this is the same with earlier versions.
    PSE does it the other way by removing colour as you paint with the brush.
    1: Open your photo in Elements and create a new layer via copy by pressing Ctrl J or Command J
    2:Press B to get the brush tool, pick medium soft brush and in the option bar at the top where it says mode, pick colour.
    3: Press D to set foreground to black and then as you paint on the photo it removes the colour.
    4: If you mess up press E to select the eraser tool to fix your mistakes.
    Hope this helps.
    Cheers Greg

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    Re: Help needed with Photoshop Elements

    Greg

    Thank you very much.

    I am going to try that immediately.

    Cheers.

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    Re: Help needed with Photoshop Elements

    It works like a charm, Greg, thank you ever so much!

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    Re: Help needed with Photoshop Elements

    No worries, glad I could help.

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