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Old March 29th, 2012, 03:29 PM
Ken Bookman Ken Bookman is offline
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"Waxy" faces

The attached photo is one example among dozens of a problem I've been having. I am editing thousands of color slides from an old family collection. Some of them look great. But some of them -- like this one -- do not. In many photos, the subjects' skin has an almost waxy look. (Maybe there's a better word for it, but one look at the photo should show you the problem. Other examples on request.) Does Elements give me a good way to deal with this problem?
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