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Greyscaling

This tutorial will teach you how to turn your Greyscale your image in a few easy steps. There are different ways to do it, each producing a different effect.

For this tutorial, I will be using this image.

Method 1:

This is the quickest and simplest way. Paste your image as a new image (CTRL+V). Then go to Image > Greyscale.
This is what my image looks like:

Click to view full size image

Method 2:

This will create a different greyscale effect on your image. As usual, paste your image in as a new image (CTRL+V).

Now create a new raster layer, and name it Grey. Using the fill tool, fill that layer with the color #808080. Now right click on the layer you named 'Grey' on the layers palette and click Properties.

Set it to Saturation at 100% opacity. You can also set it to Saturation Legacy at 100% opacity. This produces a different effect.

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Saturation | Saturation Legacy

Method 3:

This is another way to greyscale your image. As usual, paste it as a new image. Press SHIFT+L. A box will pop up. It is a "Colorize" box. Set both Hue and Legacy to "0". Then press "OK". This is what it looks like:

Click to view full size image

Those are 3 ways to greyscale your images. Have fun experimenting to see what effects you can achieve!

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Tutorial made by Neotacular.

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