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Graduated Filters in ACR

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Aug 25, 2018

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I am trying to use 3 graduated filters to modify 3 different parts of an image in ACR. I cannot find a way to make a third filter and use it without affecting the previous two filtered areas. I don't seem to be able to check the "New" box. It keeps switching to "Edit." Can someone help me here?

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Graduated Filters in ACR

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I am trying to use 3 graduated filters to modify 3 different parts of an image in ACR. I cannot find a way to make a third filter and use it without affecting the previous two filtered areas. I don't seem to be able to check the "New" box. It keeps switching to "Edit." Can someone help me here?

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Aug 25, 2018

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Can you show a screen shot of what you're doing?

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Aug 26, 2018

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Use the Brush function within the Grad Filter to erase the mask of the top filter where they overlap.

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