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Brush Tool not Working at 100% and saturation

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Nov 09, 2020

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In the past when I want to change the color of a particular object, I'll go down and go to "create new fill or adjustment layer" and scroll up to "Hue/ Saturation" and take staturation level and bring it all the way down to complete B&W and then hit command I to bring it back to color. Then take my brush at 100% each and go over the object I want to change. Once it's completely done, I'll go back up to sliders and move saturtion and then move the hue slider. NOW, when I go over the object for the first time at 100% barley anything happens, very little change. WHY IS THIS HAPPENING NOW AND NEVER HAPPENED BEFORE! I'm so frustrated. It even happen when I was choosing to do curves.

 

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Brush Tool not Working at 100% and saturation

New Here ,
Nov 09, 2020

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Help! 

In the past when I want to change the color of a particular object, I'll go down and go to "create new fill or adjustment layer" and scroll up to "Hue/ Saturation" and take staturation level and bring it all the way down to complete B&W and then hit command I to bring it back to color. Then take my brush at 100% each and go over the object I want to change. Once it's completely done, I'll go back up to sliders and move saturtion and then move the hue slider. NOW, when I go over the object for the first time at 100% barley anything happens, very little change. WHY IS THIS HAPPENING NOW AND NEVER HAPPENED BEFORE! I'm so frustrated. It even happen when I was choosing to do curves.

 

Huge Thanks!

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