Scanning color contones


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Scanning color contones

In this exercise, we're going to discuss scanning a color portrait and particularly about setting highlights and shadows and brightness and contrast and getting skin tone correct. If you haven't already performed the previous exercise on the grayscale portrait, I would really encourage you to go start there because a lot of the fundamental techniques and concepts that we use for scanning portraits apply to grayscale and it's a great place to start. An assumption here in this exercise we've already selected our Scan Type 48 -> 24 Bit. We're not going to be doing any sharpening just yet. We're going to name the portrait Kim_Portrait_RGB.

We're going to go to the highest quality output device. we're going to have a resolution of 300. Your resolution, of course, will change based upon your output device and what kind of scaling you have. But we've already preset all of this and if you have any questions about how to set that please refer to the previous ...

Scanning color contones
Video duration: 13m 54s 6h 53m Intermediate

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Scanning color contones provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Taz Tally as part of the Scanning Techniques for Photography, Art, and Design

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