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mouramassa Registered since 18th Nov 2009
Tue 19-Jan-10 10:03 AM

Dear nikonians,

Is there a way to simulate Adobe's Vibrance effect in NX2. I really like the idea of increasing the saturation of the less saturated colors only.
The only way I know is selecting color by color, or region by region and doing it, but I wonder if there is no way of selecting all the non saturated colors at once and increasing their saturation.

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