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coloriser photos noir et blanc

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Aug 07, 2021 Aug 07, 2021

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client PSE 2019, je veux coloriser des photos noir et blnac. toute la literature touvee sur le net indiqur deux methodes mais aucune des deux existent dans la version installee. quelqu'un aurait une idee ?

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1. Open your black/white photo file 2. Go to Image>mode and check RGB Color 3. Open a Hue/saturation Adjustment layer above the background layer. In the dialog that opens, check "Colorize." Next,  adjust the Hue-Saturation-Lightness sliders to suit. 4. This will make a global color change. If you wish to colorize only an object on the picture, select the object and place it on a separate layer (CTRL+J), and colorize same.

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Aug 07, 2021 Aug 07, 2021

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Hi

I don't use Photoshop Elements, but from a Google search the colorize option was first introduced in version 2020

https://petapixel.com/2019/10/03/adobe-unveils-photoshop-elements-2020-with-ai-powered-photo-effects...

I'll move the thread to the Photoshop Elements forum

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1. Open your black/white photo file

2. Go to Image>mode and check RGB Color

3. Open a Hue/saturation Adjustment layer above the background layer. In the dialog that opens, check "Colorize." Next,  adjust the Hue-Saturation-Lightness sliders to suit.

4. This will make a global color change. If you wish to colorize only an object on the picture, select the object and place it on a separate layer (CTRL+J), and colorize same.

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