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Color Sampler target


6 Jun 2012 9:36AM
Hi, Is there a way to change the size of the Color Sampler target before or after placing it onto a photograph in Photoshop.
I like to use for colour correction but find it hard to place the cursor on the target when using my tablet pen.
Many Thanks
Russ

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GlennH 9 1.9k 1 France
6 Jun 2012 10:09AM
If you magnify the picture enough you'll be able to click on individual pixels, so then it becomes easy to hit the exact selection value. Don't know if that's what you're after?
6 Jun 2012 10:17AM
Hi, Thank you for the reply. I new you can zoom in and out but as I use this option for colour correction on a regular basis it becomes a bit of a P in the A.
Thanks Again
Russ
GlennH 9 1.9k 1 France
7 Jun 2012 10:12AM
Don't think there's any other way, Russ, although there are various ways to quickly zoom in. Hitting 'Z' and swiping to the right is pretty fast. Then if you hold down Shift and Ctrl keys you can place a point on each of the individual RGB curves in a single click.

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