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Mar 16, 2020

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Hi - I am still a newbie I was using the brush mask to make my pictures whiter and when I press O it would show dark pink. I think I did something by mistake becuase the pink is very pale. How do I fix this please.

Check the brush settings e.g Flow. When using a lower setting you must keep brushing to build up the effect. When set to 100 only single strokes are required.

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Hi - I am still a newbie I was using the brush mask to make my pictures whiter and when I press O it would show dark pink. I think I did something by mistake becuase the pink is very pale. How do I fix this please.

Check the brush settings e.g Flow. When using a lower setting you must keep brushing to build up the effect. When set to 100 only single strokes are required.

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O is the keyboard shortcut to toggle the Overlay on/off.

The overlay color is only a visual indicator of the area you have brushed. It does not modify or change photo edits.

[Shift+O] will toggle the color of the overlay- Red<>Green. (yes, the red/green color is faint)

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.0, Photoshop 22.0, Lightroom 4.0, Windows-10. Nikon DSLR.

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Check the brush settings e.g Flow. When using a lower setting you must keep brushing to build up the effect. When set to 100 only single strokes are required.

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