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  1. I think opacity is exactly what I was looking for and I wouldn't have figured that out. It makes the background colors less vivid but I guess that's the point. Thanks for the help! -kbrownk
  2. I am trying to overlap two images but one is really dominating visually and is also really busy. I'd like to 'fog out' the dominating picture without losing a lot of information from it. I think making the colors less vivid would help enhance the colors of the other image, but maybe there's more I can do? The images are biological and I am working on a potential scientific journal cover page, so I can't just remove things or distort to the point where it is cartoonish. I know nothing about image processing, so I feel like I'm probably complete unaware of simple methods that could do amazing things I was unaware of above and beyond just toning down contrast or saturation. Thanks for any ideas and help, kbrownk
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