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So for some strange reason, my Photobooth image is stuck in "glow effect" and there's no way to change this. When I try to get back to "normal" picture there is nothing to choose but image with the glow effect. The center window of the effects options (the normal image) is an image that is pixellated with sunburst greens, yellows and purples, looks the same as the glow effects window.

When I go to my skype window, the image there is also the "glow effect" look, I'm wondering if there is any way to get my camera image back to normal.

I'm on a MacBook Pro OS 10.6.4
Photobooth OS 3.0.2

Any help would be hugely appreciated

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