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Radial Gradient in CRF

Participant ,
Oct 07, 2022 Oct 07, 2022

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Photoshoppers,

I know that the radial filter has caused problems to many while using it inside CRF.

My problem is different and could be just plain ignorance on my part.

When I create a shape with the filter I cannot figure out how to lose the nodes (round points) that made the shape. Even worse is the fact that when I choose to make the change permanent and get out of CRF I click on Accept and the shape disappears.

Am I just an incompetent user and, if so, can someone help?

Thanks,

Photodoc16 

Photoshop 2022, Windows 10

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Oct 07, 2022 Oct 07, 2022

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Can you post some before and after screen shots to see what's going on?

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Participant ,
Oct 26, 2022 Oct 26, 2022

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Chuck,

Sorry for this delay. The problem with the radial filter in Lightroom is that I cannot get any nodes to change the filter in any way. It comes on as an amorphous blob of yellow which is the color of my LRC masks. I will attach a screen shot of the appearance of this filter. 

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Thanks and I hope there is some solution in sight.

Richard

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