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It's been a long time and I've read so much, watched so many vids etc, etc that I'm just gonna ask here.
Why the heck hasn't adobe realized the 'info' palette in Photoshop is one of the most fundamental palettes in color correction, web work and etc, etc...and stuck a small version up in all the extra space in the interface...like to the right of the "print size" button?
I have not (whispering....) upgraded to CS6 yet, but I'm guessing it's still an option to view and can't be moved.
HOWEVER... can it be moved or hacked somehow?
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If you look closely, you'll see a light halo rising up from Sammy's shirt. That's a function of combining a high Amount value writing (90 percent) with a low leather pea coat Radius value (30 pixels)in the Shadows area back in Step Five. Undesirable. However, had we done otherwise, we wouldn't have had a chance of brightening the eyes. I could mask this away, shoot an authentic of course. But here's my point: There are tradeoffs. Even so, it's better to go "fake HDR" than try to shoot an authentic multi-exposure HDR portrait, which skinny leather trousers would require locking down the model in some kind of Clockwork Orange-style body brace.
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