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Is This Snapshop Salvagable?

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Old 09-10-2007, 08:49 AM
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Re: Is This Snapshop Salvagable?

Originally Posted by Alison View Post
Hi Beth,

Thanks I have Katrin's book ..... must remember to read it again

I don't have anything against actions, have a couple from action central myself. I would rather learn how to do these things in Photoshop myself, just in case I ever lost the action and couldn't get on the internet (for whatever reason) to replace it ..... and I know I could burn them to disc, but I must be the only person on the planet who can actually lose discs LMAO
Me too...... I surfed the net looking for the tut on 'Better than Fill Flash' just in case I'd forgotten a step or some additional tweek but it was nowhere to be found...... so now I'm like you with your 'actions' dilemma

I might try Ctrl+Alt+~ then Ctrl+Shift+I and Ctrl+J to select the darks & put them on their own layer....... then set that layer's blend mode to Color Dodge or even do a levels adjustment on it (I just spelled that all out for anyone not familiar with this..... I learn SO much "accidentally" when reading these threads so am trying to return the favor ....... or just maybe documenting it for me in case I forget this, too.... hehehehe)

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