notorious halos




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    Kirk Osborn

    Hi. Please contact us via so we could investigate this issue further.

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    Robert Grenader

    What other effects are you applying at the same time?  

    Halos are created when you add too much of a good thing and is quite common with post-processing applications.  

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    Many thanks for your immediate comment! Indeed, the effect is gradual but my previous setting were at 65 %. However, it is still visible at a 50 % setting of both controls. Going to 30 % removes the effect almost completely but then the photo is seriously effected otherwise, particularly the shadows are too dark for my taste.

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    Kate Williams

    Hi Member,

    Could we get the image you're working with and the screenshot of the edits applied to it? You can screenshot the History tab: 

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