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06-20-2011, 10:09 AM   #1
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Color extract after image is taken...


I've been lurking here for about a year and but this is my first post. I'm new to DSLR and have been experimenting with my K-X. I have some pictures that I want to use the color extract digital filter on. The problem is I can seem to to do it after the photo is taken (in RAW or .jpg). I swear I did this in-camera after I had taken some pictures a few months ago but I can't figure it out now (or maybe I just thought I did). I can turn the filter on to take more pictures but I thought I had done it after. I don't see anything in the book about that either, just how to use them in the menu.

If I cannot do it in-camera what is the best way to get the same effect with PP? I have Photoshop 7, Picasa, Pentax Utility, Adobe Image Ready 7.


06-20-2011, 06:48 PM   #2
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Never mind, I found it. I missed it in the manual before.


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