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RE: a question for Kees


You save the curve as an .amp file not the image. With the curves box open
click the pencil icon on the top left then save the curve in the drop down

Happy holidays,


-----Original Message-----
From: Charles Ryberg [mailto:cryberg@comcast.net] 
Sent: 11 December 2009 17:50
To: alt-photo-process-l@usask.ca
Subject: a question for Kees

     I found your directions for merging curves on the polychrome.nl site 
but am having a problem with

step 12 "flatten, if needed, and save as: my_merged_curves.amp"

Photoshop won't let me save an image as .amp;  I get a long list of possible

file formats, but not .amp.  Should I save it as something else and rename 
it?  I know that the file type I pick will add information to the file, 
which it seems I do not want.  Many thanks.  Charles Portland Oregon 

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