The mask function in my Adobe subscription is enabled. I see that by default a bit of it was enabled and it distorted the foreground subject and left the image contoured two stops below what it was in color correction. I am with a university Adobe suite subscription however I also am with an agency and am the owner of the work. I am showing a third party using marketing excuses and allege they tried to use a fake electronic agreement. I refused to sign their fake agreement and they wanted to do it post facto after the fact. I allege what they did exhnically is a form of vandalism and Adobe should show a function to report them since my mask function are enabled and when I had wanted to enable the mask with the brush it would not function and I had to do masking another way. I can prove a third party punched in the facial features of a person that is not the photograph after it was uploaded. I believe the fraud scheme is perpetuated yet denial of a situation and doing nothing about it is worse then letting it happen toward confusion or a slippery slope. I want to stop the perpetrators because I allege they punch out the features as if to turn a civil intellectual property fact into another form and I am entitled to find out what party or competing agency did this to stop their fraud.
I want to stop the perpetrators because I allege they punch out the features as if to turn a civil intellectual property fact into another form and I am entitled to find out what party or competing agency did this to stop their fraud.
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