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|Date/Time:|| 4-May-2012 22:51:27 +0000|
|Subject:||Photoshop CS5 Issue|
I have run into a problem with Photoshop CS5 while using the healing brush. Instead of correcting the shots taken with the NN4/nd16, I stitched the photos to produce the pano. Then attempted to remove a shadow cast by my tripod using the healing brush. The problem is that it does not behave the same as when healing a single jpg. When taking a sample, it seems to be from a random area and when doing the healing,it makes it worse. Is this because it is a stitched pano? Also the process is very slow. When releasing the mouse button after healing an area,I get a progress bar showing the healing process. Not so when doing a single jpg. I have adjusted the advanced setting for performance and it made no difference that I could see..
Has anyone run into this before?? I am making the assumption that trying to heal a pano is a nono??
Any info much appreciated...
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