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February 18, 2010



Well, thank you so much Deborah! I feel very special that you go all this trouble because of one little question! Now that you've explained it thoroughly, I must say that I use those functions partly although the unsharp mask is a very quizzical tool to me. I almost can't see any difference while playing with it, strange I know... But i've learned an important thing from you: that is this color cast thing. And for this (as well as for your kindness) I'm eternally grateful! Hugs!


Now that I'm thinking about it, I learned two more things. 1° about shadows/highlights - those sliders do frighten me but not anymore! 2° the rule of thirds, never enough hearing about that... ;-)

Heather Maria

Wow Deborah that's amazing! Thanks for the brilliant tutorial - I'll really have to try some photo editing programe.

Dawn T

Thank you so much for showing all of that Deborah. I have cropped before but am reluctant to try the other stuff but this made it look so easy and understandable. awesome


What a wonderful tutorial Deborah. I loved the easy to follow instructions you have used & that is one cute lil' critter :D.

Virginia L.

You did the tutorial splendidly! YES, Deborah, you did do something (NICE) for us :)


Wow, thanks for unlocking those secrets Deborah! My pictures of the cat will look even better from now on!!!! Jo x

Alice W.

thanks for this thorough tutorial, Deborah! I sure hope that Lisa will be doing more of her photo tutorials, too! =)

Susan McRae

Thanks for sharing all this info with us Deborah! I always need help in this department!


Thank You! What a neat step-by-step explanation of how to fix a photo! I LOVE the final result you got - WOW.

kelly booth

Great Tutorial Deborah.....Love learning how to better my Photos.....


Wow! That photo is stunning and your article is awesome! I've played around with the levels and colors, but never the shadow/highlights. I'm going to have to see if I can find it in my old archaic PSE2 and give it a go! Thanks for sharing!

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