I have a logo in JPG format. I would like to know if there is any way to change the color of only one portion of the JPG logo without changing anything else? Since the logo is very detailed, I cannot just use a paint type procedure and was wondering if there was any software out there that would actually show the JPEG in a bitmap? or something like that so that I can change the pixels that I need to.
I know I am going to be attacked for this...
It's probably already on your computer...and will do exactly what you are asking for.
Otherwise, I would recommend the GIMP.
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