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okay, Choose Background copy, press Ctrl+Alt+~ this part doesn't automtically select the areas that needed to bright for me...? and when i delete it deleted the whole face or the area that i wanted to change the color tone.
The keys correspond to the following on a regular US QWERTY keyboard: ~ = RGB channel (I suspect the key to be used in non QWERTY keyboards would be the key immediately before the 1 key). 1 = 1st channel 2 = 2nd channel 3 = 3rd channel 4 = 4th channel
In an RGB picture, only there are only three channels. Pressing ctrl + 1 or 2 or 3 will display those respective channels, and give you an idea of what you're going to be selecting if you use (ctrl + alt + 1, ctrl + alt + 2, etc). ctcl + ~ goes back to RGB, and basically ctrl + alt + ~, creates a selection based on luminosity of all the channels together, hence the actual image.