Re: How can I remove all white pixels?

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Jun 14, 2012
On Sunday, January 13, 2008 1:07:25 PM UTC-7, (not quite so) Fat Sam wrote:
I am trying to remove all white pixels from a monochrome (black and black) picture imported into Adobe Photoshop 5.0 LE. The magic wand does not work because it removes contiguous pixels only. Is there any way to remove all white pixels?

Yes, this is quite simple, bt the key isn’t in the use of the magic wand as you might expect.
First open your image in photoshop.
Now open the "select" menu and choose the "colour range" option. Now when the colour range window opens, click on a white area in your image, and you’ll see a small scale monochrome thumbnail preview giving you an idea of the selection.
Click okay, and you’ll find that in your image, all the white pixels in your image have now been selected.
Hope that helps.

Your freaking brilliant! Thanks!

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