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Changing Colors of Scanned Logo

Posted on 2004-10-01
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I have a b&w logo (about 4th gen copy:( ) that I need to convert to blue & white. I scanned it in, selected the color color range, and filled it.

The problem is that some of the areas (due to copying ) that should have been black are white (little specks in the middle). I have the area copied to a new layer, but I am new to PS.

Photoshop CS.
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If you go to Image>Adjustments .. there are a lot of handy settings in there to mess with the color providing it mode is not grayscale. good luck.
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