Benchtech65 Posted September 5, 2012 Share Posted September 5, 2012 I'm new to Paint.net and just started using it a couple days ago. First I'd like to say that this is an amazing powerful program with awesome features! I've been experimenting editing and modifying pictures and I'm very impressed with all the things that can be done on this FREE program. One thing I've been doing is creating new pictures by combining bits and pieces of different images to make a new creation. For example, copying a face or head from one picture and putting on a different body in a different picture. But the one quirk I've run into is that when I select and copy from one picture, and past it to a different one, it keeps the blue shade as if it were still selected even after de-selecting it. So I'm having people's faces look like smurfs. I can kind of get it to look almost normal by messing with the hue, saturation, and curves. But it takes a long time to tweak it in, and still doesn't look quite natural. This only happens when going from one image to another. But when copying and pasting within the same image, the colors remain normal. So I'm wondering if there's any way around this issue? Is copying from one image to another something this program is capable of doing while still maintaining true colors, or am I trying to do something the program isn't made to do? Thanks Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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