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    Thats a funky sky. Very 60's man. :afro:

    I knew you could do it.( I knew you wouldnt stop till ya got one :wink: )
     
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    Very cool.

    We will need negative inversion anonymous

    Fun ain't it!
     
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    yep! i need to work with more current images to loose the grain
     
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    o.k. I had to try this.

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    Has anyone done this with photoshop? Can you explain?? I want to play!
     
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    In photoshop you go to the "Image" drop down menu > Adjustments > Invert.

    Once it is inverted you need to manually adjust the brightness and contrast as desired from within the same "Adjustments" menu. If you want to use the "Gamma" adjustment as detailed earlier in this thread, you need to use Imageready which is bundled with Photoshop CS.
     

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