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March 20, 2012


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Wow thanks man. I was wondering how to do this for a long time. Couldn't figure it out. But all you have to do is click that little button. This will completely change my processing techniques.

Thank you! Very helpful. I've used Lightroom 1, 3, 4 and Photoshop CS3, CS4 and CS5, and still, this was the first time I've properly understood RGB curves mixing and what it means in Lightroom. Thanks!

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