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Re: filmscanners: Re: filmscanners: Why not sRGB ?



Anthony wrote:

>I'm not sure ... what do you mean by "reference color"?

OK, I'm probably not using the proper terminology here. I mean that if I 
select color R=0/G=181/B=145 (which may or may not approximate the general 
hue and brightness of Rob's "turquoise" slide--I'm working from color-memory 
of a limestone-sand lagoon in the Bahamas), can I not then "suggest" to 
Photoshop in one of the color-correction adjustments that *this* is the 
color that I want at this certain point, and to key the entire picture or 
selection to that color point?  Does that make sense?  I thought I'd seen 
this capability in a PS manual or here on the list, but I might be mistaken.

>I've only used the full version of PS, so I'm not sure what Adobe removes 
>in the LE version.

Not enough to cripple its usability, but enough to frustrate a user "into 
the middle of next week," sometimes. I don't know that their newer 
"Essentials" version is any better. At least one version, which came bundled 
with one of my periphs, is a "toy" program that's also incompatible with 
several other "real" programs, and no longer on my HD.

Best regards--LRA


Original message:
>From: "Anthony Atkielski" <atkielski.anthony@wanadoo.fr>
>Reply-To: filmscanners@halftone.co.uk
>To: <filmscanners@halftone.co.uk>
>Subject: Re: filmscanners: Re: filmscanners: Why not sRGB ?
>Date: Wed, 15 Aug 2001 05:35:52 +0200
>
>Lynn writes:
>
> > Isn't there also a way to select a color in
> > Photoshop, either from the screen or from the
> > palette, and tell it "This is the reference
> > color for *that* area?"
>
>I'm not sure ... what do you mean by "reference color"?
>
>I've only used the full version of PS, so I'm not sure what Adobe removes 
>in the
>LE version.
>


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