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Off/On Control for Each Individual Slider
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Having Off/On for Major Controls is fine, but within each Control are a myriad of options that need their own Off/ON.

PP makes all these adjustments--some are good, others may need to be tweaked. But the way to find out what needs to be tweaked is often best discovered by turning that element off first to see just what it did to the portrait. 

Currently, one must move the slider back to 0. That is fine unless you make several adjustments to it and then decided to go back to PP Default... which may be several "Undo's" away and if you go one too many, you've undone something else without knowing that you undid it. PITA.

Would be so much easier to turn off the PP Default sliders one at a time and tweak as needed.
 
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(07-23-2019, 04:59 AM)Autumns Boy Wrote: I have used PortraitPro for awhile without too many issues, however recently I am having major issues with the skin color and lighting.  I have been using a Nikon D750 with a Tamron 35-150 mm lens.  I access PortraitPro 18 Studio via Photoshop.  For a recent shoot I am getting green skin color unless I turn off the skin color and lighting.  My model has very light colored skin with red hair, red sunglasses, and red outfit.  For some reason I am getting very ugly green skin color when the skin color and lighting section is active.

What is causing this?  How can I correct?

(10-11-2019, 11:39 AM)ErikaAnthropics Wrote: Have you tried going to Skin Lighting & Coloring > Skin Color and changing the option under the drop-down menu?

(04-09-2020, 08:21 PM)Franklin Wrote: I have run into this problem but only on a couple occasions, wondered what had happened, had to start over.

(01-04-2021, 06:27 PM)jridout Wrote: Having Off/On for Major Controls is fine, but within each Control are a myriad of options that need their own Off/ON.

PP makes all these adjustments--some are good, others may need to be tweaked. But the way to find out what needs to be tweaked is often best discovered by turning that element off first to see just what it did to the portrait. 

Currently, one must move the slider back to 0. That is fine unless you make several adjustments to it and then decided to go back to PP Default... which may be several "Undo's" away and if you go one too many, you've undone something else without knowing that you undid it. PITA.

Would be so much easier to turn off the PP Default sliders one at a time and tweak as needed.


thanks my issue has been fixed.
 
  


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