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What is this effect applied to the image?

This image is found on the BeInsurance http://themes.muffingroup.com/be/insurance/ located on "Our Partners"
May I know what effect did you apply to this? This is not gray scale or black and white obviously
I really need this cause I'm trying to duplicate it and apply it to my client logos section.

image

This is my current image, I applied black and white but I'm trying to achieve the above effect.
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Thank you!


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  • What I meant is how did you achieve the result? I want my image to be like that.
  • If you mean the greyish square grid behind the logos, that's not an effect you achieve through css.
    It's your browser/image viewer telling you that the background behind the logos is transparent.

    It's very common to see in png files, as they're often used for graphics with transparent background :)
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  • Hello,

    I know it's not achieve through css that's why I was wondering what did you do to achieve it like that (photoshop)
    From this
    image

    To the greyish
    Because Im sure it's not greyscale or black & white
    I tried black & white to mine but it's the not the same as this
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