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Old 07-17-2007, 08:52 AM
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Re: saturation mask

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I am using Elements PSE5, is the HSB/HSL filter an action or a plugin?
It's an old Photoshop plugin. It's no longer installed by default and hasn't been changed in years, but it still seems to work with the latest versions.

As of CS2, Adobe still includes it in the installer discs. You have to look for it in the extras folder.

Your workaround sounds pretty interesting, I'll have to try it.

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Old 07-17-2007, 10:13 AM
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Re: saturation mask

Hi Michel

You are welcome, I'm glad you found it interesting

Stroker has more (deeper) stuff on his site. Here are some links

http://tech-slop.serveit.org/wiki/in...n_to_greyscale
http://tech-slop.serveit.org/wiki/in..._Blend_If_Hack
http://tech-slop.serveit.org/wiki/in...its_Saturation
http://tech-slop.serveit.org/wiki/in...and_Saturation

He even wrote a plug-in to extract sat but I guess this won't work with elements either.
The plug-ins are here
http://tech-slop.serveit.org/wiki/in...oshop_plug-ins



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