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Making Lab patterns

Making Lab patterns: Photoshop: Creative Lab Color
Making Lab patterns: Photoshop: Creative Lab Color

Lab imagery can be used to create patterns. This process has a number of applications, including in surface design. It's possible to start with a fundamentally monochromatic image and use Lab adjustments to successively add plausible color. The creative impact of this approach is enhanced if duplicates of the image are mirrored and reflected in Photoshop. in this video, learn to create images that are built up from essentially monochromatic images and may repeat infinitely using LAB.

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