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Green Eyes Turn Brown

Posted: Tue, 29th Dec 2009, 7:00pm

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asitp

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I've noticed on a few portraits I've done that the green eyes are turning brown. How can I put the green back? Does Photokey have a history brush like photoshop or I am just going to have to limit which pictures I can edit with it? If I had the time I could figure it out on my own I'm sure but I just can't seem to find the time to sit down and mess with stuff. I was hoping someone may have the answer...

Thanks so much!
Posted: Tue, 29th Dec 2009, 10:39pm

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Axeman

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You can change the Spill Suppression method, to see if one of the other options provides more accurate color, or you can use masks to stop the eyes from being keyed.
Posted: Wed, 6th Jan 2010, 10:44am

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xtremed

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With green/blue eyes i just simple make a small mask over the eyes, It's about 10 seconds of work and will prevent them from turning into another colour