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Color correction formula

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Published: November 24, 2010
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hello guys...this is a part of published tuto in Photoshop Projects Magz #2.... the rest tuto you can get it from the magz. [link]

hmmm, its about Color correction by number... :ahoy: Enjoy!
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lykhoi96's avatar
Thank you so much :)
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pepelepew251Professional Digital Artist
:) No problem my friend
lykhoi96's avatar
I have CS4 so when i change the levels in Curve, the percentage didnt change, they only show the fractions, is there a way to change it to the %?
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pepelepew251Professional Digital Artist
well, thats pretty weird...did you change your workspace into Photography? when you using Color sample tools...automaticly the info (number%) will always changing.. so its better to find the right place to pick up the color sample... make sure its 1% in black.
lykhoi96's avatar
i found the problem now haha. Thank you very much. you are very helpful. This new color correction and that tutorial is so interesting. i've never knew about that.
Again thanks :)
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pepelepew251Professional Digital Artist
:) no problem...keep practise my friend!
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pepelepew251Professional Digital Artist
:) Enjoy! :ahoy:
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pepelepew251Professional Digital Artist
:tighthug:
MrSteveC's avatar
Thanks for this Adi, very cool!
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pepelepew251Professional Digital Artist
;) enjoy!
martyrer's avatar
Ah, great! Thanks for the info. I surely will try this out. And grats for the article!

cya!
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pepelepew251Professional Digital Artist
:) No problem my friend...
martyrer's avatar
One question: Are steps 1-4 always the same? Cuz when I stick to your colour correction formular, things would of course differ. But is the order how i alter the channels the same? (e.g. find the skin tone with 1% black, and then drag the histogramm to get 0% black, then go to blu channel etc.)

thanks!
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pepelepew251Professional Digital Artist
yes is always the same...work with Blue first, red and then green channel. if we change the "process" i mean change the alter of channels will only ruin the math / calculations. The most important thing is "when we decide pick the color sample from the image" :)
Karl-Filip's avatar
Nice i will test it =)
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pepelepew251Professional Digital Artist
yeah you should test it... it can be used in any type of skins :nod:
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sunshine-appleProfessional Artist
good one.....clear and easy to follow :)
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pepelepew251Professional Digital Artist
:) Thank you Kellie... Enjoy! :ahoy:
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