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    hi all,
    I am trying to find a thread posted in the last 6 mths.
    It was relating to skin colour and involved a curve layer stabilizing the green channel around 150 or slightly lower.. then adjusting the red and blue in the same curve layer....
    Can anyone help me or point me in the right direction where the thread is or know the adjustment technique...many thanks

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    Re: Fair skin curve

    maybe this ...


    • #3
      Re: Fair skin curve

      Thanks 0lBaldy, that is exactly what I was looking for.
      Many thanks again.


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