Scanning images for multiple uses


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Scanning images for multiple uses

In this exercise, I like to address the whole concept of multiple use of images, but first let's go ahead and get this image ready for scan and then we'll talk about using it on multiple devices. I would be remiss if in my own scanning course I didn't actually scan a picture of my GF. So here she is Tina in her Santa hat, very cute and when we evaluate this image obviously we've some nice diffused white highlight here, and it looks like we might have a little of a reflection right there. All right, this image is all about the skin tone, isn't it? I'm looking at this and just on screen it looks a little red to me.

When I use my densitometer I look at it, it varies 125 to 139. That's about 10 and then boom, all the way up to 184. So red is greater than green is greater than blue, but it's a little bit too red. So we'll probably going to be doing some adjustment there, but let's go ahead and say highlights and shadows as we want to do, and Shift+Clic...

Scanning images for multiple uses
Video duration: 10m 44s 6h 53m Intermediate

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Scanning images for multiple uses 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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