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  • Ron
    Channel Help
    by Ron
    Does anyone know a quick way to convert a (RGB) Color Channel to a Layer image? (click and drag etc.) This will give you a grayscale copy of the image on a Layer

    I know you can duplicate an image, split the channels of the duplicate image and then shift/move one of the channels into the...
    10-21-2003, 11:09 AM
  • nebgranny
    by nebgranny
    How about someone posting a beginning tutorial on Channels. Something we can try, maybe post a picture with it and some steps for us to try!!! Nebgranny
    08-14-2005, 10:00 PM
  • Panpan
    Combining channels
    by Panpan
    When looking at an individual primary channel in Photoshop, the image is lighter. Can somebody help me understand this? Something that is not perceptually neutral is happening behind the scene.

    For example, a b&w image's RGB channels all look the same when I turn on each one individually,...
    05-06-2010, 01:11 PM
  • ashphotoart
    Calculation command.
    by ashphotoart
    I'm using photoshop since many years, I've command on most of the tools, I read lot of courses of katrin eismann, Lynda, Kelby, youtube videos, retouchpro forums and tutorials and some of from other sites. but still I'm not much familiar with the IMAGE ---->>>>> Calculation Command....
    07-31-2008, 01:35 AM
  • Doug Nelson
    [Definition] Alpha Channel
    by Doug Nelson
    Most color modes ("indexed" being the only exception that comes to mind) are made up of "color channels". As counter-intuitive as it may seem, each of these color channels is actually an internal grayscale file that represents the dispersal and intensity of its color. By "internal...
    02-02-2002, 11:50 AM