|Don . . I do not believe my answer is correct but I'll phrase it as best I can.|
I'd agree with Mark basically.
My misinterpretation was to take two layers of an image with curves already
applied and vary the density of one to make the perfect combined image and then flatten those two . .
but that's not what you two were talking about.
On Sep 4, 2009, at 7:56 PM, Don Bryant wrote:
John has two .acv files and wishes to combine them into a new third .acv file. Or to phrase it another way, John has two adjustment curves on two different layers, Curve A and Curve B. He wishes to combine Curve A and Curve B into a new composite curve, Curve C and save it to a new .acv file. Could/would you please clarify this. On Sep 4, 2009, at 6:18 PM, John Brewer wrote: Is there a way of merging two Photoshop adjustment curves so that one curve can be saved?