HVDB Fotografie

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  • Birthday 02/10/1951

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    Photography - Gardening - Cycling

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  1. ALT+ click see tis video :
  2. See this thread
  3. Yes, by clicking on the little arrow in the resample roll-out
  4. See this thread
  5. It should be possible .. Watch this quick clip I made using the Selection Brush Tool & a fill layer
  6. Go to Filters > Haze Removal
  7. Maybe the layer is an (image) layer instead of a (pixel) layer,if so right click on the layer and choose rasterise
  8. That's because the brush is larger than the canvas
  9. That's what the video explains !!
  10. After inverting the layer did you use a WHITE brush ? See attached video Unsharp Mask (Invert layer).mp4
  11. Goog morning, I've searched through the forum but didn't found a satisfying answer. What exactly is the difference between "Bias as default" and "Take no action" ? As can be seen in the EXIF data, the image was taken with an underexposure of -1.7 stops. I did the test with "Apply tone curve" as default. Using "Apply exposure bias as initial state" the bias is shown correct in the Exposure section. Using "Apply exposure bias as default" on my screen the image looks +/- the same but the bias in the Exposure section is set to 0 ! Using "Take no action" shows a total different image ! IMHO, opposite to the setting used, a lot of actions must have been executed !
  12. What are your computer specifications ? Speccy from Piriform is a nice tool to export the specs to a TXT or XML file. https://www.piriform.com/speccy And, it would be handy, if you put them in your signature beneath.
  13. That is craftsmanship.
  14. without image it is a little guess The inpainting brush could be an option ...
  15. You"re welcome