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Old 03-06-2007, 11:50 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by JimThias
Didn't notice the grain so much (didn't look that closely), but the second one looks a little less saturated and maybe a touch washed out (as if you might have manually bumped up the levels a little).
Jim, sorry for the delay in responding. I used Auto Contrast then Auto Level in PS CS2 to create the second image. The black on the front/rear of the DMU looks to have a grey tinge to me. When you use Auto Contrast in the Nikon Software the image is instantly brighter and more vibrant. How would I do that in PS CS2?

I will try the fade tool and see how it goes ...

Someone also noted on another board that it was difficult to get a sense of direction with this photo.
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