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03/20/2006 01:38:32 PM · #1
Hi,

Can anybody let me know whether Selective Desaturation in acceptable in Basic Editing Rules?
As I needed to remove Red and Blue completly and submit the photograph to a challenge comes under Basic Editing.

thanks...
03/20/2006 01:40:49 PM · #2
selective desat for basic tutorial
03/20/2006 01:41:27 PM · #3
If you do it without making any selections, yes. In other words, if you apply hue/sat adjustment to an entire image at once, and just completely desaturate the blue, cyan, and red channels, that's legal in basic.

Robt.
03/20/2006 11:53:36 PM · #4
Thanks for the info.. still I've one question..Can I just desatuate Only Blue Channel for the entire image.
03/20/2006 11:56:15 PM · #5
Originally posted by honikum:

Thanks for the info.. still I've one question..Can I just desatuate Only Blue Channel for the entire image.


Yup, you can.
03/21/2006 12:02:08 AM · #6
YES you can do selective desat, but no spot-desat
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