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Kim

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  1. Correct, I didn't. I didn't think of rotating a shape. #latenightbrain
  2. Sorry, I wasn't very clear. Here is the image. Once I had rotated some of the individual images, I wanted to crop some of the images, eg crop in tighter. Is there a way to do this when it has already been rotated?
  3. Hi Damo. I have placed a few images, and rotated them using the "handles". I now want to select a portion of an image, to "trim" the top and bottom of the photo. I would usually use the marquee tool, and apply a layer mask. But as the image has been rotated, I can no longer do this. Is there a way around it somehow?
  4. NVM, closed file and reopened, and it's working.
  5. Hi Damo. I have an edit where all of my levels layers have the RGB drop-down greyed out. Any idea why it's greyed out?
  6. BOOM there's the issue, thanks!
  7. Very weird. The black eyedropper just isn't working. The white one does exactly what it should.
  8. Yes black is what I want, it wasn't doing that. I'll try luminosity when I am back home, thanks.
  9. Yes, that's fab. What did you do? Shouldn't the black eyedropper turn that area black rather than just changing the colour?
  10. Hi Damo. I thought to make the bricks black, I could use the black eyedropper in levels, but all that does is change the colour of the image. How can I make it black, and preserve the colour and brightness of the hair? 100% crop
  11. Do you mean that some of the colour photos that you're exporting will also be edited in B&W? Or different ones that you're not providing in colour?
  12. Thanks. I just tried it, and realised it is impossible haha!
  13. Hi Damo, I am guessing there is no magic answer for this one, but is there a way other than painstakingly masking to change the background from grey to white? Thankfully the client has these photos and wanted the grey, I am just having a play with an ad where a white BG would be handy. Thanks Kim 100% crop
  14. No worries Damo, it's just a random thing that happens sometimes. They are on my internal drive.
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