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HVDB Photography

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  • Birthday 02/10/1951

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    Photography - Gardening - Cycling

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  1. What I meant is that after switching back to the basic category, did you reselect one of the basic brushes ?
  2. Works as expected for me. Did you select that brush when switching to the other preset category ?
  3. Hi ChEV, If the intention was to only sharpen the rock, I would add a Unsharp Mask live filter adjustment, then apply the adjustments as desired, invert the mask (CTRL+I or Layer > Invert) and then use a white brush to paint the adjustment back in. _M7A8859_adj.afphoto
  4. I suppose that's because you have three identical image layers on top of each other. If you're masking the middle one you wont see any changes !! If you still cant sort it out, please attach the .afphoto file you're working on
  5. After you selected the mask layer ,you can use a black brush to mask unwanted parts. If you want to edit/ finetune the mask, it's ALT + click. When done, click on the "Arrière plan" to exit the editing
  6. That depends on the type of brush and the settings for opacity,flow and hardness in the context toolbar.
  7. This is often caused by increasing contrast and / or sharpening too much. If you add a new pixel layer on top and set it's blend mode to darken. And then select the clone brush and set the source to current layer and below. You can easily clone that thin line away . CloneDarkenMode.mp4
  8. It has to do with the zoom level. But does not affect the final result.
  9. I think you shifted the selection to the right which reveals the (white) canvas !
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