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I've been editing photos of my band with the Chroma Key function with no incident. Suddenly, with a particular set of photos, I'm getting "blotches" of the background on the face/body of individuals (one in particular).

Can anyone please tell me how to correct this and/or if it's possible to correct it. I tried a few things, like altering the brightness, but it didn't look great.

Thanks

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If the person/people's faces are green enough, it might "detect" a green screen on them and cause those problems. I would try using the hue/saturation adjustment to make them a slightly warmer color.I

If their faces are too green for that adjustment to work, use the lasso selection tool to make a selection around the areas that cause the problems, then hit ctrl+i to invert the selection before you use chroma key

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