Here’s a tutorial I wrote on how to use adjustment layers to dodge and
burn. As Moose said, layers are a much better way to adjust photos than
using the history brush. More controllable, non-destructive, editable
anytime, and removable if you decide later that you don’t want the
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On 10/30/17, 5:22 PM, "olympus on behalf of Tina Manley"
<olympus-bounces+chris=chriscrawfordphoto.com@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx on behalf
of tmanley@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>Thanks. I'm printing that out. I still have the book on layers that I
>need to work my way through. I never think about layers and usually end
>using the history brush instead.
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