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  1. Subscriberdivegeester
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    I’m looking recos for an app or inexpensive software which I can use to change the render colour of a building in a photograph. The intent is to provide a visual representation of a colour change to stakeholders.

    Thanks in advance for any help.
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    @divegeester said
    I’m looking recos for an app or inexpensive software which I can use to change the render colour of a building in a photograph. The intent is to provide a visual representation of a colour change to stakeholders.

    Thanks in advance for any help.
    Tipp-ex and / or some Stabilo Boss highlighter pens?
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    other brands of correction fluid and marker pens are available
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    @orangutan said
    Tipp-ex and / or some Stabilo Boss highlighter pens?
    [hidden]other brands of correction fluid and marker pens are available[/hidden]
    Brilliant 😏
  5. SubscriberSuzianne
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    What about plain old Photoshop?

    Scan the photo to a file and work with a copy.
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    @suzianne said
    What about plain old Photoshop?

    Scan the photo to a file and work with a copy.
    That could work Suzie...A friend of mine used photoshop back years ago. I didn't realize it was still around.

    Good suggestion, postive comment to you! 😉

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    @suzianne said
    What about plain old Photoshop?

    Scan the photo to a file and work with a copy.
    Photoshop probably doesn't hit the "inexpensive" criterion.

    Gimp would come to mind, but that is not really easy to operate in my experience.
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    @divegeester said
    I’m looking recos for an app or inexpensive software which I can use to change the render colour of a building in a photograph. The intent is to provide a visual representation of a colour change to stakeholders.

    Thanks in advance for any help.
    If you think you're going to get a professional job on something like that gor cheap, I have a country to sell you.

    Try GIMP, but expect to spend a lot if effort and learning to get a marketable result. It's free, and good for what it is, but it is an image manipulation program, not a photo studio, and the expertise needed to get a professional result out of it does not come cheap.
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    @ponderable said
    Photoshop probably doesn't hit the "inexpensive" criterion.
    Especially not since Adobe has gone over to a hold-your-files-hostage rental model.
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