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  • ==== ====Looking For Minisite Graphics? 2.3GB Of Unflattened PSDs To Download... ====Adding Colors in PhotoshopWith the variety of colors that Photoshop has, there is no excuse as to why your project wontcome out looking nice. It is not difficult to add colors in Photoshop. In fact, adding color to a strictlyblack and white photo will not only make it look different, but it will also bring the quality of thephoto up a notch or two.Use a black and white image that is already in the graphic software. You can drag the picture fileon your desktop and place it on the Photoshop icon. After releasing the left mouse button, thesoftware will open and show the picture where the file was. Or you can open the software andallow the program to come up. Once Photoshop is opened, click the File command. Then clickopen and look for the file that you need to open.In the toolbox section, choose the Polygonal Lasso tool on the left side of the Photoshop menu.Click on it to change the mouse arrow to the lasso tool. The lasso tool should be pointed on a topcorner of the picture. Choose the black and white picture using the lasso tool by holding down theleft side at the top of the mouse. You will drag the selection lines until they are wrapped aroundthe picture. When the picture is surrounded by the lines, you can edit it the way you want it.Go to the Adjustments command by selecting it from the Image drop down list. Choosehue/saturation by clicking on it. This is what you will need to use in order to add color to thepicture. Use the scrollbar until you get it the way you want it. As you are making changes, you willbe able to see them in the preview area.==== ====Looking For Minisite Graphics? 2.3GB Of Unflattened PSDs To Download... ====