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Old 07-22-2007, 11:10 AM
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Replacing green channel with blue

I had replaced the green channel with the blue to remove some stains, however, when I press Ctrl J or make a new layer to remove the rest of the stains it went back to the channel with all of the stains. I would like to know how can I keep the replace channel to continue removing the rest of the stains.


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Old 07-23-2007, 01:01 PM
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Re: Replacing green channel with blue

It would be helpful to experiment with the image that is causing the problem. Assuming it is a color image, I brought up a color image and duplicated the layer. With the duplicate layer selected I went to the channels palette and selected the blue channel. I now have just the blue chan. B/W image on my screen. Next I did a CTRL A to select all and A CTRL C to copy. Clicked on the Green Channel and did a CTRL V to Paste. By having the original on one layer and the work done on the duplicate layer I was able to see what change took place. With my duplicate layer still selected I did a CTRL J and got a duplicate layer. There was no change in the channels palette.

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Old 07-25-2007, 11:08 PM
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Re: Replacing green channel with blue

Thanks DCobb, I was missing a step that was the reason it wasn't working. I appreaciate your help.

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