jazelock answered Friday July 21 2006, 8:27 am: There might be an easier way than my way, but here's how I do it:
1. Take a color picture and use lasso in photoshop to select the thing you want in color.
2. Right-click and click "Select Inverse." Everything BUT the thing should now be selected.
3. Change the selected part into Grayscale by going to Image-Mode-Grayscale.
If you want the picture to look really professional, you have to zoom in and use the lasso really carefully (draw as close to the ting as you can), which is quite hard. But I put up with it. :) [ jazelock's advice column | Ask jazelock A Question ]
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