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Old 08-22-2007, 02:17 PM
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Hi there

I used a Hue/saturation layer and I don't think I had any problems removing the flare. Remember you can shift castes and also increase or decrease their brightness.

By using the hue/saturation adjustment layer I could easily keep the greens in the leaves.

Butch
That does look very good, can you give a quick outline of your steps? I feel like I am learning so many new ways to use old ideas that I am quickly becoming confused.

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That does look very good, can you give a quick outline of your steps? I feel like I am learning so many new ways to use old ideas that I am quickly becoming confused.

TPM
I started by switching to quick mask mode..... I increased a soft brush until it was a little bigger than the flare and clicked once at 100 percent. Then I clicked back to a selection and opened a Hue/saturation adjustment layer with the flare selection transferred to the adjustment layers mask.

I then clicked on edit and selected Blues

I clicked on the selection eyedropper ... the middle one with the + and clicked in the flare a few times to make sure I had a full range of the flare selected.

Now I don't remember the exact settings but I did move the saturation slider to the left some and experimented with the Hue slider and the brightness slider to remove blue and enhance the remaining green.

You can always increase or decrease the adjustment by using the mask as needed.

Hope this helps

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Danke!

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