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Orion's Sword reprocessed

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« on: November 10, 2010, 09:57:59 pm »

Here's the link to the XTerminator site Paul. You'll see from the link just how easy it is to use and you can download a free trial to try for yourself, as well. Being a Photoshop plugin filter, if you 'over stretch' in terms of correcting for the gradient, you can then go into the 'Edit' menu and chose the option of fading the XTerminator action.

When it comes to processing, I'm pretty much the original slob! Actions like this which save a heck of a lot of time are therefore very much a godsend IMO!  Grin
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