So at work my wife has pictures of cells that are fluorescing a green dye, showing different regions within the cell. But, for some reason when the jpeg frames are imported into Photoshop the "green" becomes white.<br><br>Is it possible to make everything white become green? I see there is a "replace color" tool, but haven't a clue how to use it or if that is even what that means. Can anybody help?<br><br>
Well, yes and no. The replace color command wouldn't work for me in this situation. I could only get replace color to alter the hues, lightness and saturation and since it is white that I need to replace that wasn't very helpful.<br><br>So, instead I went to Select/Color Range.... used the dropper to select a white value, then changed the foreground color to what I wanted and used Edit/Fill...<br>Works great! I need to mess with the different blending options, but its amazing how good the Normal settings are.<br><br>Thanks for checking up on me, though.<br><br>
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