Visualizing Your New House Color

Last updated on December 7th, 2017 at 06:35 pm

As promised, I finally finished the last of a three-part series on matching (or changing) colors in your photographs (see Color Matching – Part 1 and Changing The Color Of A Signature In A Signature File). ┬áBased on a true story, this final article describes a technique (which expands slightly on earlier techniques) to change a color in your pictures, in this case for evaluation or comparison purposes, but as is often the case, these new skills could have even greater applicability.

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Author: Bruce

Although I grew up in Garden Grove, California, I have lived here in South Miami longer than I've lived anywhere else in the world. I've been married to my wonderful wife, Nancy, longer than I was ever without her. We were both teachers. Nancy recently retired after 40 years. I have also spent time as an officer in the Coast Guard, a commercial property appraiser, and an electrical engineering student. Now I'm technical support for Bee Happy Graphics. That means I handle this blog, our web page, and all E-mail, I do all post-processing and printing of the images, I cut mats and glass and frames. If you have a technical question, I would be the one trying to answer it.

Your "two cents worth" is welcome (but I don't give change).

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