When you create pages of photos in Photoscape, you have the option of applying a grayscale effect to the photos. You can apply the grayscale effect to just one photo or all of the photos on the page. You can brighten the grayscale effect, reverse it, and more. In this tutorial, I will show you how to apply a grayscale effect to your photos in Photoscape Pages.
Step 1 – Opening the Page You Want to Apply the Grayscale To
In your first step, you will need to load the photo page that you want to apply the grayscale to. Once you have this page open, you can continue on with this tutorial. Make sure you add the photos to the page before moving on.
Step 2 – Selecting One Photo or All of the Photos
Next, you will need to decide if you want to turn one photo gray or if you want to turn all of the photos gray. If you want to turn all of the photos gray, you will need to click in a blank spot in the middle panel. You do not want any of the photos selected. If you only want to turn one photo gray, you will need to click the photo that you want to turn gray.
Step 3 – Applying the Grayscale Effect to Your Photoscape Page
After completing step two, you can continue on with this step. To turn the photo or photos gray, you will need to click the Filter button in the right panel. When the box opens, click the Grayscale option. They grayscale effect will then be applied to the photo or photos you selected.
You can brighten the grayscale effect by clicking the Filter button and selecting the Brighten option. You can also darken it by clicking the Darken option in the Filter menu. Another grayscale effect you can use is the Reverse Grayscale. To use this option, you will need to click the Filter button and select the Reverse Grayscale option. This option does not look as good as the regular grayscale, but you might find great use for it.