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Why is Photoshop only painting in black and white?

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Jan 06, 2015

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I don't what happened but for some reason my Photoshop CC is only painting in black and white and none of the colours will show. I tried opening a new file but it does the same. For some reason it creates a channel called Gray and now nothing is colour. How do I fix this please?

nvm, i fixed it. It was because i was on a hue/saturation layer. Hope this helps

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Why is Photoshop only painting in black and white?

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I don't what happened but for some reason my Photoshop CC is only painting in black and white and none of the colours will show. I tried opening a new file but it does the same. For some reason it creates a channel called Gray and now nothing is colour. How do I fix this please?

nvm, i fixed it. It was because i was on a hue/saturation layer. Hope this helps

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Your document is in grayscale mode, where only gray values are possible.

Change the mode to RGB, CMYK, or LAB to use color.

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How do I change it to RGB?

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Image->Mode->RGB

Or just create the document in RGB by setting the mode to RGB when you create the new document.

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I switched it out of grayscale, but everything is still gray.

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When you say "everything" is still gray, are you referring to art that was already in the document, or to color options on your brushes?

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The same thing happened to me, and it is in the color options.Screen Shot 2020-10-14 at 2.20.09 PM.png

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nvm, i fixed it. It was because i was on a hue/saturation layer. Hope this helps

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