Edit: After half day, my wife’s Mac started having the same problem. I have then applied the solution that I found in the Apple
Add Intensity to Your Photos on Mac – Colorize Them!!!
Everybody loves those cool effects in photos when the entire photograph is b/w (black and white), and just one part is colored – either using color highlights, or natural colors. This effect required a lot of ‘art’ to be accomplished… but now it is as easy as alphabet.
Black, white and colors
You might have seen this unique combination of b/w and colors in newspaper advertisements or magazines. They can also be seen on television. So how do you convert a regular color photograph into a b/w colored one?
Colorizing a part of a b/w photo is quite easy in Photoshop. And it’s even easier using Colorize. It is an app that can help you convert the pic to a simple black and white one, and then you can drop color wherever you want to.
How does colorize work? Let us explain how:
Colorize works on grayscale conversion. You just need to drag and drop an image on Colorize. Everything else is easier. Click on the color brush given in the toolbar and then zoom as much as you want. Then color the section you want to be colored. Then you can zoom out.
Brushes in Colorize have different sizes. And with the zoom feature, it is easy and quick to colorize just any part of the photo:
This is why Colorize is a famous app for cool photo effects.
Do you like colorized black and white images? Have you ever tried doing it? Try doing it with Colorize. Its much easier.
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