Sounds like your Flow or Density slider is close to zero.
Thanks di_page -
It appears that my brush was somehow changed from "A" to "B". You were right in that the flow slider was way down on the "B" option. I really appreciate the information since I didn't have a clue what had happened.
Thanks again for your help -
On Wed, 26 Nov 2014 11:32:10 -0800 dj_paige <email@example.com> wrote -
Mask overlay color
created by dj_paige in Photoshop Lightroom - View the full discussion Sounds like your Flow or Density slider is close to zero.
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