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  • Good Morning, Jann

    The page gives you the ratios in rgb,cmyk, and l*a*b. The page gives ratios of different colors. If you just want to know just skintones. I will post the ratio for you as this is a known color.
    Skin tones.... are yellowish red... this means..in cmyk...Yellow...
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    Last edited by john_opitz; 04-08-2006, 07:35 AM.

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  • This might be of help to you.

    color recipe

    You wiil have to sign up at "colortheory" group to get this page. Sign up is free.

    colortheory list

    This is in the "file" section of this group. This is an elite group on colortheory....
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  • john_opitz
    replied to LAB color space
    Hello Ms. Medford

    L*A*B is not a must part of the technique. But it is helpful to learn it, as well as cmyk editing (learn all the colorspaces)

    Here is some info.Articles

    The hyperlink has (free) articles on L*A*B (Photoshop LAB Color) and Professional...
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  • <<think you also need to remove the hair under her armpits! not that she has a problem anywhere else LOL.>>*

    What caught my eye was the Saleen "pony" model Not the hair under armpits. Nice model. Wouldn't mind taking that for a ride. The front and side view is great....
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  • john_opitz
    started a topic Dodge and burn article

    Dodge and burn article

    This article might be of help to some for using the dodge and burn technique.
    Rangefinder Article(Dodge and Burn technique)
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  • john_opitz
    replied to A great tutorial on Skin
    Hello Shellby,

    These home applications are not new to a lot who have been in the industry (models, photographers and art directors). If you have that kind of control when photographing. Do the above before shooting. also, you can take iodine and add to the baby oil. To give it an orange...
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  • john_opitz
    replied to Porcelain Skin Look
    << Now download (if you do not have it already) Xero's Porcelain filter (which is free by the way) and run it. Done>>

    Always looking for the easy way out. Afraid to get your hands dirty, Mr. Ikroll? No, I'm just mess’ in with you. I know where you’re coming from. While...
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  • john_opitz
    replied to Porcelain Skin Look
    These techniques (for me) can be done in any colorspace. I would not do it in cmyk, though. But you can wing it. I do it in L*A*B at times. RGB for others. I like L*A*B because it does keep color and contrast seperate. And you can blur the color channels a lot more than in RGB. The blending of colors...
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  • john_opitz
    replied to Wet Skin
    Hello Mr. Mig,


    Looking at this technique, your doing it very, very simple. The technique your using is the basis of the look you see for magazines. Very important. Where the bluring of a duplicated channel (turned alpha channel). Then you can apply image (channel...
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  • <<Is this an ignorant response?>>

    Yes, it is. If the machine is capable of printing a wider gamut color profile…. it can. Its not going to cost the lab any more to use an adobe_rgb profile. Some labs, as well as the print industry (cmyk) don’t know about or what’s...
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  • john_opitz
    replied to Can't open file
    It has to do with the coding. Try file>open as. When the dialog box appears, select jpeg.,,bmp. This will show what files for the selected prefix. This image could have been saved in its orginal coding.
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  • john_opitz
    replied to Tricking The Eyes...
    This is what you call "Simultaneous contrast". The two gray squares look different in brightness and color(this happens with color images as well). Overlapping then, they are identical. Using the eyedroppers they will reveal the same values (L*A*B,RGB and CMYK) dependings on your color settings...
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  • john_opitz
    replied to Reconsidering 16 bit
    Part 4 of post

    This is an appendix to my three posts on the 8-bit vs.16-bit editing issue.
    Much of my post is critical of those who insist that 16-bit editing is of
    paramount importance yet decline to show any real-world images where
    there is any indication that editing...
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  • john_opitz
    replied to Reconsidering 16 bit
    Part 3 of post

    THE CONSENSUS.
    In early September, Andrew Rodney posted his own "real-world" example of
    8-bit vs. 16-bit editing. As soon as it appeared, it was dismissed both by me
    and by Lee Varis because it depended on an exotic RGB definition, the ultra-...
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  • john_opitz
    replied to Reconsidering 16 bit
    Part 2 of the post

    WHERE 16-BIT CAN BE BETTER.
    A 16-bit file can have very minute differences between pixels--1/256th of the
    minimum difference in an 8-bit file. Anything that small will have no impact on
    the final reproduction--no possible sequence of editing events...
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