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Quickly convert a photo to black and white using Photoshop on the iPad

Adobe Employee ,
Aug 20, 2020 Aug 20, 2020

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One quick, non-destructive method for easily converting a color photo to black and white in Photoshop is to use a Black and White Adjustment Layer. Choose Add clipped adjustment from the more menu (…) and choose Black and white. You can customize the look by moving the sliders to adjusting tones for each color to create a variety of looks.

 

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There are, of course, many different ways to accomplish the task of converting from a color image to black and white. If you are new at this, you can start by trying the method above. Are you feeling adventurous? Try it in several different Adobe apps. Share your preferred method or your favorite black and white photo in the comments section below.

 

Learn how to convert a photo to black and white using other Adobe apps:

Quickly convert a photo to black and white using Photoshop

Quickly convert a photo to black and white using Lightroom for mobile

Quickly convert a photo to black and white using Lightroom Classic

Quickly convert a photo to black and white using Lightroom

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Thank you for this,  my wife took advantage of this a couple of weeks ago

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