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Old 07-21-2014, 10:40 PM   #1
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why are the b/w tools in PS / PSE not the same ? :(

I don't understand why are these tools so different te black and white tool from photoshop and the one from photoshop elements. I simply like the photoshop's tool black and white, I am planning to get photoshop elements but I really like that tool.......... the b/w tool of pse is just rubbish compared to photoshop's.. is there any plugin that gives this feature in pse ? It is the only feature I miss in pse compared to ps

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Old 07-23-2014, 06:55 AM   #2
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There is an old plugin that does the same thing and works in PSE. Because it is old, you must follow some steps.

http://www.photo-plugins.com/Plugin...Conversion.html

Ppc2bw can be used with Elements and Windows Seven but you have to carry out one or both of the following procedures:1) Patch the .8bf file with the FM Patcher, from here:
http://www.filtermeister.com/fmpatcher/index.htm

2) Disable Windows Data Execution Prevention (DEP) as described here:
http://techblissonline.com/enable-disable-dep-in-windows-xp-vista/
or add Elements to the exclusion list.

Or switch to Photoline, which is more powerful than PSE, and comparable to Photoshop (and less expensive than PSE) ;-)
Photoline has a similar b&w adjustment layer.
 
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