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    I need to reduce the saturation in just a specific area of a photo. How do I do this?
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    I think I found a way. It's not really reducing saturation but it does help the problem. http://www.essential-photoshop-eleme...blown-out.html
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    i dont know if you have these options.(.i have photoshop cs3..) but.. i wonder if you can lasso the area.. then go to adjustments and then fix hue/saturate?
    hope it helps...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beatlesgrljen View Post
    i dont know if you have these options.(.i have photoshop cs3..) but.. i wonder if you can lasso the area.. then go to adjustments and then fix hue/saturate?
    hope it helps...
    I can lasso it but it appears that it is a "hot spot" (meaning no pixel information at all) so adjustments don't work on it - there's nothing to adjust. Will have to go with painting over it. Blast it!
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