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Three Different Ways to Color Images

Great things come in threes, like red, white, and blue. Or yellow, green, and orange. Wait, am I making a joke?

Three Punch Lines of Coloring Images

  1. To change all the colors in photos (JPEG, PNG, or other image file) to a single color, try the Image Recoloring Tool.
  2. To change all the colors in a PDF to a single color, try the PDF to Color Tool. (Or check out the PDF to Black and White Online Tool.)
  3. To make a Black and White photo come alive, you’ll have to wait…but SuperTool is working on creating a fancy, AI-powered, tool that adds life to old photos. This tool should be ready by April of 2022. It uses a sophisticated algorithm that is trained on 1,000s of images. Preliminary tests are looking great. A black and white photo with a field of grass turns green in all the right places. Water turns blue (and sometimes greenish-blue). Flowers turn amazing deep red, blue, green and more. The trick at the moment is optimizing code so that 1) processing times are about 10 seconds or less; 2) the numbers of processing cycles needed drops to something that servers can handle without too much cost — as is, this kind of colorizing takes approx. 2,000 times the amount of processing required in the tools that change an image or PDF to a single color.

Making Lime Green Punch Without A Joke?

That’s three punch lines, but what is the joke? I’m sure it is something about the chicken crossing a road with two yellow lines in the middle of it…