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Graduated Filter applies filter effect above green dotted line

In camera raw, using the Graduated Filter, I trace an area from 10 inches below the top of the document down to the midle of it.  When I adjust that area (for instance decreasing the exposure slider) the change of exposure starts at the top of the document instead of just inside the green line.

 

How can I get it to start the change inside the green area, feathering to zero at the red line?

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Correct Answer by Chuck Uebele | Adobe Community Professional

Only way I can think of is to use the brush tool to erease the area above the green line. You can click on one side of the line, then shift click on the other, to make a straight line.

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Graduated Filter applies filter effect above green dotted line

In camera raw, using the Graduated Filter, I trace an area from 10 inches below the top of the document down to the midle of it.  When I adjust that area (for instance decreasing the exposure slider) the change of exposure starts at the top of the document instead of just inside the green line.

 

How can I get it to start the change inside the green area, feathering to zero at the red line?

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Correct Answer by Chuck Uebele | Adobe Community Professional

Only way I can think of is to use the brush tool to erease the area above the green line. You can click on one side of the line, then shift click on the other, to make a straight line.

grad start at green.jpg

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Adobe Community Professional , Jan 16, 2020

Only way I can think of is to use the brush tool to erease the area above the green line. You can click on one side of the line, then shift click on the other, to make a straight line.

grad start at green.jpg

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