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Re: filmscanners: Book on Image Editing/Colour Correction
I have to disagree on one point - Dan Margulis is one to read on RGB as well
as CMYK and, importantly, LAB. Yes, he primarily works in CMYK but his
instruction applies to RGB as well.
----- Original Message -----
From: "shAf" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2001 4:29 PM
Subject: RE: filmscanners: Book on Image Editing/Colour Correction
| Ramesh writes ...
| > I am novice in Scanning and Image Editing/Colour
| > Correction (Using PS).
| > I have little/confusing theoritical knowledge
| > about RGB, gamma and colourspace:-).
| > I am new to Photoshop too.I am thinking of buying a
| > book which concentrates more on the Image Editing/
| > Colour Correction (Using PS) and has little theory
| > about RGB, gamma and colourspace.
| > The book has to be practical(with illustrations)
| > and should give steps to do PS.
| The book you want is Bruce Fraser's & Dave Blatner's
| "Real World Photoshop 6" ... very readable and in depth
| coverage of color spaces and color correction.
| > I browsed in amazon.com and read the reviews ...
| > "Inside Photo Shop 6",
| I have no experience with this one.
| > "Adobe Photoshop 6.0 for Photographers",
| Martin Evening is very readable, lots of good technique, but doesn't
| go as far as "RW PS6" for explaining color spaces and color
| > "Professional Photoshop 6: The Classic Guide to Color Correction"
| Dan Margulis isn't as readable, but this would be your reference for
| corrections and adjustments in a CMYK working space (not RGB!!!)
| myUS$0.02 ... shAf :o)