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Old Oct 21, 2006, 11:05 AM   #1
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Watching my two grandkids play football tag this morning. They had his attention.

Did auto levels, but I find there is too much blue.
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Old Oct 21, 2006, 11:15 AM   #2
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I like this one better. Adusted lighting/shadows only, manually. Let me know which is best. Trying to learn to adjust in PE4.
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Beautiful Horse! I sometimes find I have a blue cast too. I remove it in the color variations next to the quick fix in the tool bar in 4.0. Just try "remove blue" it should warm it up. Donna
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Thanks for replying Donna. Color variations? Maybe I don't know quite where to look for it. Does it say color variations. I see hue, saturation and tint.
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Sorry, I wasthinking of 2.o elements, I sometimes still use it. Okay in 4.o,go to "enhance", go down to "adjust color" hit and follow the arrowdown to "color variation", hit that and there you are. Select"decrease blue" see how it looks and takeit from there. You mighttry "darken" if you think you pic is a little light...let me know. donna
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Here it is( the first photo)with the blue decreased...hope you don't mind. Just to give you an idea. Got a little noisey...donna
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Thanks very much Donna. Wow, that looks much better. Also love the matt. Was that in PE4? And I found the color variations under enhance. Thanks again for your help.
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Yes the mat and frame are in effects...do the mat first with white, in effects, it is "foreground color". You can change the foreground color on the opposite side. Hit the color picker and find white. Then go to "effects" and tap twice. You shouldl have the mat. Change color with "picker" to black, and double click "foreground color" again, adobe will ask you do you want to flatten layers, say okay, and that should do it. Let me know. donna
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Well Donna, I think I understand just hope I can remember all this, as I do seem to have CRS disease, as they say down here.:G Anyway, Here is my attempt.
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Yeah! You did it...it looks better than the one i did, I darkened too much maybe. Donna
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