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Hep me, hep me!!!

I was wondering if anyone else has had, or heard of, this problem and knows what the deal is. I've been using Microsoft's Digital Imaging Pro 10 in preparation for a show next week. Yesterday I noticed a problem while attempting to reduce backlighting in a photo. While in the "exposure and lighting" editing screen I am able to make the needed changes but when I hit "done"-as in this is the way it should be-my picture reverts back to the original. Not good. Especially when, if I make any other changes using any of the other tools, there are no problems whatsoever. I'm running DIP10 on a Sharp ActiusRD10, using XP, with plenty of space and have absolutely no other problems, except those related to operator error. Any ideas? I'm in a bit of a panic b/c the pics are fabulous and only need minor changes to backlighting to make them sell for $100 rather than $10. Many thanks.

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Frankly? MS is known for such anomalies.

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With "The GIMP" and PICASSO out and about without this issue, you have other tools at your disposal if you don't have PHOTOSHOP.

The price is free for "The GIMP" and PICASSO. Use http://www.google.com to find these great tools.

Bob

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This may Help

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Just a suggestion to try!

I use PhotoImpact 10 and they instruct you to first make a duplicate of the image [a UFO Ulead format] and then apply the ''Enhancement/Modification'' and last of all save in the JPEG format [The less Saving helps to overcome image loss].
Now Note! = I have found if you modify and ''Save'' the original image the ''Thumbnail'' is shown as the original unmodified image, yet when you open up the image it is showing fully modified??

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(NT) (NT) Who got the L out of here?

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