I have never used that software. Photoshop has many ways to select areas within a picture. If you can find something that will select an area based on color or value you can manipulate whatever is in that selection. It is not as easy as scanning a photo and changing colors. Once you have selected each value and added a color into each of them, you can flatten the entire image and use it however you like. anybody know Micrographics Publisher ? Josh On Friday, December 5, 2003, at 04:40 PM, John C Bullas wrote: > At 04:47 06/12/2003, you wrote >> What type of graphics software do you have? > > Micrographics Publisher 7 .... ree from a magazine ;) > >> And can it select areas based on pixel color or shade? > > not sure? > > FB > > >> On Friday, December 5, 2003, at 02:10 PM, John C Bullas wrote: >> >>> I am doing a presentation at a tyre technology conference in March >>> "Designing Roads for Tyres", and I need to produce a coloured >>> version of a 1960s B&W figure that is divided into zones of >>> different textures >>> with a key to what they represent.... >>> >>> How can I generate a coloured image ( one colour per texture) other >>> than by printing it, crayoning in the bits and re scanning ;) >>> >>> The zones of texture appear to have solid edges in the TIFF image >>> but my >>> graphics package appears to do "fill" over the whole of the frame not >>> just each zone... >>> >>> Anyone who is a "whizz" care to show me how it is done? >>> >>> John > > -- > * * Please support the community that supports you. * * > http://evolt.org/help_support_evolt/ > > For unsubscribe and other options, including the Tip Harvester and > archives of thelist go to: http://lists.evolt.org Workers of the Web, > evolt !