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Changing face plate in pic from white to black - Adobe Photoshop 7, CS, CS2 & CS3

Try this link if possible. <http://www.esabna.com/main.cfm?category=04&pageId=html/support.html&category_desc=Support> Hopefully this will bring you to a screen where you should go to "download library- instruction manuals- arc equipment- and now scroll down to "15-087 J migmaster 250.pdf" Double clicking this pdf should bring you into the first page of the manual I'm working on. If you can tell, the front of the machine is grayish and I'm trying to darken it to appear black. I'm working on the original photo in a jpg format. And yes I do wish we had the correct machine here so I could just re-photo it. thanks alot...

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    Default Changing face plate in pic from white to black

    Try this link if possible. <http://www.esabna.com/main.cfm?category=04&pageId=html/support.html&category_desc=Support>
    Hopefully this will bring you to a screen where you should go to "download library- instruction manuals- arc equipment- and now scroll down to
    "15-087 J migmaster 250.pdf" Double clicking this pdf should bring you into the first page of the manual I'm working on. If you can tell, the front of the machine is grayish and I'm trying to darken it to appear black. I'm working on the original photo in a jpg format. And yes I do wish we had the correct machine here so I could just re-photo it. thanks alot
    William A. Rolfe Guest

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    Default Re: Changing face plate in pic from white to black

    I simply used the polygon lasso tool, made a simple selection of the faceplate. Then I did Image|Apply Image, and chose Multiply as the blend mode. Comes out quite nice, and you can repeat it if you want it darker.

    Peace,
    Tony
    YrbkMgr Guest

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