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Done according to instructions with a b channel mask.I used background channels 3&4 for adjustments to top or bottom of image.I used image>adjust rather than CM simply because it was a click away and I wasn't sure what would happen with the masks if I went to CM.GregM
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Just remember the masking is an after effect not the main purpose of CM. It was found that many effective masks were made by using a channel and jacking up the contrast. CM supports mask creation but it is not the be all and end all of masking...The mask is a simple tool when you think it through. It simply blocks the adjustment from showing through the current layer. You can apply a mask to the underlying layers. They only effect the current layer adjustment.
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