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12/07/2017

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John Crowley

Thanks for highlighting and sharing this valuable technique Brooks. It truly helps in encouraging one to 'take the shot' anyway, in poor light, if inspired to do so. Extending possibilities is a good thing!

John Crowley

Brooks, just a quick follow up note to my comment above. I have since found out that this technique cannot be executed with Photoshop CS6. Although the option may be listed, it is greyed out. This I believe is a bug and is an option only in Photoshop CS6 extended and of course CC. If anyone can get it to work on CS6 it would be good to know how.

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