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photo turns into black and white ?

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Oct 15, 2020

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I was about to use the clone tool and accidentally touched a bracket on the dash board and suddenly my photo turns into black and white. I cannot see anything on the "history" and I cannot use CTRL Z to regret? I want the photo in colour and I already made a lot of postprocessing that I don´t want to delete and start all over. 

 

Help please 🙂 What can be done?

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photo turns into black and white ?

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I was about to use the clone tool and accidentally touched a bracket on the dash board and suddenly my photo turns into black and white. I cannot see anything on the "history" and I cannot use CTRL Z to regret? I want the photo in colour and I already made a lot of postprocessing that I don´t want to delete and start all over. 

 

Help please 🙂 What can be done?

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Hi

Can you post a screenshot with all the pertinent panels opened

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That includes the Channels Panel. 

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Did you try clicking on the letters "RGB" (or "CMYK") in Window > Channels?

 

~Barb 

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