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The skin is't blown out, only 20 points or so above the rest of the skin. It too much of a range and looks like a blasted by flash image, which it was. I hadn't tried many copies of multiply, it affected the rest of the image more than the skin, perhaps I will have to try a soft edged mask to limit the area. OR would the blending options provide a better control? Would this require grouping the multply layers so that the orignal layer is the one the blending controls look to? Hmmm.. another sticky one.. alan >> If the highlights are blown to 255, multiply won't work. But if >> there's any detail at all, you can stack multiple copies in Multiply >> mode. Stack enough copies and the are will eventually turn black. >> If only one channel is blown, you can use the channel mixer to feed >> detail from th eother channels into the blown one. >> and, stcking multiple layers with multiply tends to increase >> saturation. I usually desaturate each subsequent copy a little... Epson Inkjet Printer FAQ: http://welcome.to/epson-inkjet - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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