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Old 08-20-2010, 12:28 AM
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Question Ansel Adams 's system zone in photoshop ?

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is there a tutorial to work and emulate the system zone in photoshop?

i know there is a software , lightzone ,it uses a zone mapper

but i'm looking for a tutorial for photoshop ,i'm talking about post production and emulate it

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Old 08-20-2010, 02:12 AM
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Re: Ansel Adams 's system zone in photoshop ?

hi mantra,

there is a good plug-in for photoshop

http://www.digitalfilmtools.com/ozone/

or you can check Luminosity Masks tutorial:

http://goodlight.us/writing/luminosi...tymasks-1.html
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Old 08-20-2010, 06:31 AM
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Re: Ansel Adams 's system zone in photoshop ?

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hi mantra,

there is a good plug-in for photoshop

http://www.digitalfilmtools.com/ozone/

or you can check Luminosity Masks tutorial:

http://goodlight.us/writing/luminosi...tymasks-1.html
thanks a lot

is there a video ?
i bought a lynda dvd landscape but there is nothing about skill to emulate on digital the system zone
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Re: Ansel Adams 's system zone in photoshop ?

Hi mantra

Are you familiar with the analog Zonesytem?

I used it for over 25 years, did all my Film and Paper Calibration with a densitometer and so on.....and I think that you can´t emulate that digital because the Sensordynamik can not changed...and ist is not necessary.

What you can do digital is a very simplified Zonesystem....


http://www.normankoren.com/zonesystem.html

If you like the Sytem is emulated in Photoshop :-))) use The Curve adjustments and use the 10% Grid and voila you have all ten Zones :-)))

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Re: Ansel Adams 's system zone in photoshop ?

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Hi mantra

Are you familiar with the analog Zonesytem?

I used it for over 25 years, did all my Film and Paper Calibration with a densitometer and so on.....and I think that you can´t emulate that digital because the Sensordynamik can not changed...and ist is not necessary.

What you can do digital is a very simplified Zonesystem....


http://www.normankoren.com/zonesystem.html

If you like the Sytem is emulated in Photoshop :-))) use The Curve adjustments and use the 10% Grid and voila you have all ten Zones :-)))

lg.
Gene
but i would like to control the 10 zones separately

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