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Old 06-01-2008, 07:33 AM
secretagents secretagents is offline
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Re: Color Repair

Lonk you are very good. A little tutorial on how you fixed this pic would be very very nice.

As I also have Photoimpact 8 I could follow it in the same software as you...

Hope you'll be as lucky as me in finding a cheap second hand copy of photoshop. Mine cost me the equivalent of $3 (no joke and no typo) last month in a second hand shop in town... Photoshop 5 only but nevertheless.
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Old 06-01-2008, 12:03 PM
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Re: Color Repair

Hi crazyfly1,
I use Picture Window Pro 4 it’s a stand alone program and you can get Color Mechanic is a plug for Photoshop. I use the color balance to remove color casts. I’m just learning about curves and levels adjustments. LoneK and others did very good job just using Curves and selected colors. Carb
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Old 06-26-2008, 02:35 PM
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Re: Color Repair

I finally got around to do something that is not too horrible. Can't remember all I have done because I worked on the image on separate occasions, but certainly reducing contrast of the b Lab channel has been useful to help get rid of this blue.
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Old 06-26-2008, 05:34 PM
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Re: Color Repair

I'm new to this site but always in for a challenge
Hoping that I got the photo attached to this reply

Actually I was looking for information about whether it is possible to add an extra color layer to the channels in PS and how you do it. I worked with a photo from a client and it had an additional red layer in the channels palette(photo is cmyk) to color seats of the car red instead of yellow. I wonder why they did it there and not in the layers palette. Anyone any idea of how and why?

Thanx,
Danii
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Old 06-26-2008, 05:46 PM
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Re: Color Repair

Forgot to mention how I got the result on the color repair. It's easier to post a screendump of the layers palette here. I usually merge after having applied some effects and continue then on the merged photo, but I guess everyone has it's own way of how to's...

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