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    hey guys
    I got this program called gimp does any one know how to change the colour in the back ground of the photo
    Say one takes a portrait pic and you want to change it but only the back ground how do you do it and still keep the person or object in colour

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    A quick google search even popped up a Youtube tutorial on how to do it. That's WAAAAY better than any text based explanation you gonna get here.

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    Toni I like watching GimpTricks for when I want to know how do do some basic things in gimp.
    http://www.youtube.com/user/GIMPtricks
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    Thanks guys for all your usefull tips sorry I havent been on mygaming for a few days
    I will check it out and see what is plotting so thanks again

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    I was trying to change to canvas size to fit my image in GIMP the other day. I gave up and almost threw my laptop out of the window.

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    Quote Originally Posted by to0kenZA View Post
    I was trying to change to canvas size to fit my image in GIMP the other day. I gave up and almost threw my laptop out of the window.
    Paste as a new layer next time.

    Also the more you use it the more you get use to how its done in gimp. Some things are easier in paintshop but paintshop is not free.

    If you know what tool does it helps alot as well.
    http://docs.gimp.org/2.6/en/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crzwaco View Post
    Paste as a new layer next time.

    Also the more you use it the more you get use to how its done in gimp. Some things are easier in paintshop but paintshop is not free.

    If you know what tool does it helps alot as well.

    http://docs.gimp.org/2.6/en/
    Don't you mean photoshop? I mean paintshop is old now, and still only uses 16bit colors if I remember correctly. Then again the last time I worked on it was paintshop pro 9...
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    Quote Originally Posted by axon1988 View Post
    Don't you mean photoshop? I mean paintshop is old now, and still only uses 16bit colors if I remember correctly. Then again the last time I worked on it was paintshop pro 9...
    Yeah my bad was working in .net paint and did not see that I typed in paintshop and not Photoshop.
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