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    cant seem to get the brightness level right...

    Last edited by blizzy; 8th February 2003 at 08:10 AM.

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    USE photoshop to bring AUTO the LEVELS and the CONTRAST then do a little saturation on the colours to see its full glory ^.^

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    Originally posted by SniperD
    USE photoshop to bring AUTO the LEVELS and the CONTRAST then do a little saturation on the colours to see its full glory ^.^
    yeah just stretch the dark side but leave the white point alone
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    Hope you don't mind, but played around PS a bit. I'm still new to PS. Is it overdone ?

    Last edited by eos; 6th February 2003 at 02:23 AM.

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    erm all cannot see...
    why not just provide a link to the pbase page with the pic?
    here the fault is the dark side, sorry, shadows, are too bright, look washed out..
    use Levels. CTL-L. drag the left BLACK triangle to the right until it nears the vert lines...
    the light side is ok, if u adjust this ur evening will become day... so leave it or move slightly to the left..
    then if u like can CTL-U to saturate the colours a little, to bring out the pink...

    then put the new one in pbase.
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    Just like the ones I used to know~"

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