In this movie, I'd like to show you how to take neutrals in an image and use…those for correcting the color inside the image.…We set the stage for this whole concept of using neutrals for correcting color…when we did our target base correction.…There we established the whole principle that color is based upon grayscale.…Therefore if you get the grayscale correct, the color is going to be correct.…Here, instead of having a target in the image, we are actually going to try to…find neutrals that are in our image and then correct those neutrals thereby…correcting the color.…So let's dive right in.…Let's go ahead and magnify this image, so we can get a better view of it.…
The first thing that we are going to do is evaluate our image.…Well, when I look at an image, one of the first things I look for is I ask…myself; is there any sort of a neutral highlight?…Well, the first thing that we see here is that we have got some reflections here.…So we probably have a specular highlight here.…Then I ask myself, are there any diffuse highlights?…
- Arranging your workspace
- Setting up color management
- Setting scan frame and resolution
- Calibrating the scanner
- Performing grayscale and color automatic scans
- Performing a negative color film scan
- Scanning simple line art and changing it into vectors
- Scanning photos
- Making global color corrections to a scan
- Removing noise, dust, and scratches
- Batch scanning
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Introducing SilverFast
Launching SilverFast4m 2s
2. Setting up for Automatic Scanning Projects
3. Start to Finish: Automatic Scanning Projects
4. Setting up for Manual Scanning
5. Start to Finish: Manual Scanning Projects
6. Special Scanning Topics
7. Streamlining Your Scanning
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