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Now we're going to talk about our black and white options within Photo Shop. If we look
at our screen here, we can see that up here in image, under adjustments, down to black
and white, we will get black and white options. As you can see it went ahead and automatically
formatted this photo to black and white. And what it will allow us to do is it will actually
allow us to play with the individual colors, giving more or less of that particular color.
And allowing us to adjust this how we see fit to get that perfect gray scale that we're
looking for. Now we can also go over here and hit auto. And this will automatically
adjust it as best as it can. But as you can see it's still a bit dark here. So let's bring
up our magentas just a little bit. Bring up our blues. Here we go. We can just do several
adjustments. This is more going to adjust the background than anything because the fore
ground layer is just too black, too dark. There we go. That's about the best that we
can do right now. Now also we can go over here. We can tint our photo. And as you can
see, it starts off with the automatic beige color. And we can choose our saturation whether
we want it a really dark tint or really light tint. We can also adjust the hue of our photo.
We're going to go over here to a purplish color, like so. And there you have it. And
this is just pretty basic stuff that you can do within your program to adjust your black
and white. And actually give your photo a tint that you're looking for. So play around
with it, have fun and enjoy.