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i use paint shop pro, and i want to know how to bring the colour out on certain objects, like this tree for instance?

Camera:Z10
Title:little help???
Username:photography27 photography27
Uploaded:3 Dec 2005 - 12:18 PM
Tags:Landscape / travel
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AdrianTurner
3 Dec 2005 - 2:38 PM

Hi Mik, not sure what you are getting at here but I'll take a guess that when you upload, the colours you see on ePz are muted in comparison with how the image looks in PSP, if this is true, you probably are viewing in PSP in a Colour Space Mode which is not sRGB. I havent used PSP for some time but remember that you can change the default colour space in the preferences and/or you can also set the proofing colour space to sRGB to allow a preview of your image as it will look on a web site.
To bring the colour out more, boost the Saturation from the menu (cant remember where it lives in PSP).

This and some of your other recent uploads have reminded me to visit Clyne soon.

Adrian.

P.S. do you think that your Personal Info could do with updating in view of your migration to digital

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liparig
liparig  9233 forum posts United States
8 Dec 2005 - 12:02 PM

You can use the Sponge tool and set it to Saturate in the tool properties bar. You can also set the amount of saturation you want
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