Customizing the subjective print file


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Customizing the subjective print file

I'm still working inside this file called The joy of color.psd. That's found inside the 11_printing folder. As you may recall this is that file that allows you to subjectively gauge the color quality of your output from Photoshop. Now you'll notice that I've represented each one of these color swatches as a kind of volumetric Chiclets with the help of layer Effects. That might seem awfully darn cutesy see. I mean, why in the world did I do that? Well, two reasons. One is that the highlights and shadows along the edges of each one of these chiclets helps me do evaluate still more color variations.

So I could examine those highlights and shadows using a loop or some other magnifying device to see exactly how they look. Also this helps to remind me that this is a subjective file. In other words, these colors are not calibrated to any strict industrial standard. That said however, you may not want the Chiclets. You may prefer to work with flat colors, again, say a neutral backg...

Customizing the subjective print file
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Customizing the subjective print file provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
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