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Hi! Is it possible to change the color of the wet area to look like dry? 

 

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Oh no 😥

No, sorry.  If it was a coloured top it would probably be easier, but grey is the WORST for this.

It'll just have to be very careful brightening with Levels, sorry.

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Ok, thanks for letting me know!

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BTW, any  idea what I need to do?

 

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I have a Mac laptop running macOS Mojave 10.14.6 and Photoshop 2021. It is over 2 years old, and has 16GB of RAM. Its hard drive has 6.5GB free out of 499.96GB. The last time I shut down was last night. I run a cleanup program about once a week.

 

 

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Ok.... to make a long story short, my computer had an issue two days ago right after I posted here.. ! I was on a call with Apple Care all day and learned something new... When I upgraded MacOS last year, the Adobe photoshop software wasn't compatible so I switched back to the original OS.  Despite the fact that I brought my laptop to Apple Store to get this done, it was done incorrectly and something was causing to take up my computer space - they weren't my documents nor photos... they were shown as "Other Volumes in Container".    I was told to reinstall the OS and manually transfer the necessary data from my Time Machine.  It took forever to do this par with a help of Apple Care again because how it was set it up incorrectly last year. Anyways, I now have access to my PS and photos.... yay. 

Here is my question.... I just noticed after retouching 5 images, the color profile was Adobe RGB ... I just changed from Adobe RGB to sRGB in Adobe Camera RAW. as you can see in this pic.  

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For those 5 images, do I go to Edit -> Convert to Profile?  If yes, is this setting okay?

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Please let me know, thanks.

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So I guess it's best to start all over again, correct?

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deleted the question as i figured it out.

 

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