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    Photoshop Please?

    I've failed big time at attempting this so I was wondering if someone could do a quick chop for me? I want to change the wheel centres from silver to the charcoal colour in the 2nd pic and also remove the airfilter from the bonnet and fill the hole in




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    For the wheels, you will have to make some very good selections, and then use the hue and tint sliders under Image > Adjustments to change the colour of them but it will take quite a bit of detailed work to do well and even then getting a truly accurate match to the colour you want may prove almost impossible.

    Cloning the air filter will also require some attention to detail as you have the black strip running across just in front of the windscreen that you will have to extend.

    If you are new to using photoshop, this will be a challenge, but treat it as a learning experience. So your asking for someone to do a quick chop, this job involves a lot more than a quick fix will achieve.
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    Do it yourself and learn!

    Clone stamp the hood.
    Colour the wheels maybe using a grey layer and paint it through the silver part opacity

    It takes time, but do it in small steps and you will get there.

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    Send me the link to bigger versions of the pictures and I'll do it - and I'll post here how I did it.

    Then you can do it for yourself.
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    Heres a roughy for you atleast you get the idea of how it will look.

    steve.

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    Thanks for doing that Steve.

    Erin I haven't actually got the original images but if you could post up a quick tuturial that would be excellent. Resizing images and changing contrast, etc is about as photoshop knowledgable as I am at this stage. Haha

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