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[filmscanners] Re: Hi bit discussion




On Sunday, September 21, 2003, at 01:59  PM, Paul D. DeRocco wrote:

>> From: Roy Harrington
>>
>> A much better way to do burning/dodging that works in both 8 and 16
>> bit
>> files
>> is to use the History Brush.  Simply select the History Brush, click
>> on
>> the
>> current state in the History palette.  Now the important part:  the
>> blending
>> mode of the brush determines the effect.  Multiply will give you
>> burning
>> (darkening) and Screen will give you dodging (lightening).   Use
>> whatever
>> size brush you like (big is best I think).  Also use a low Opacity
>> like
>> 10% to 20%.
>> Paint over the image.  If you do a lot it may be necessary to move up
>> the
>> History state.
>>
>> This method is really nice because it avoids clipping the
>> shadows/highlights.
>
> Don't you miss the ability to limit the dodging/burning to
> highlights/midtones/shadows? I find that pull-down box selection to be
> pretty essential.

I guess that's true.  Since I never had it I didn't miss it.

Roy

>
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>
> Ciao,               Paul D. DeRocco
> Paul                mailto:pderocco@ix.netcom.com
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