In this video, I'd like to show you some of the Global Color Correction tools…that we haven't really looked at or learned yet.…Earlier in the course, we spent a lot of time working on histograms and…gradations which are very powerful tools particularly when we use them in…combination with the Densitometer which we're also going to use here.…I am going to show you how to make some more intuitive color adjustments, but…also make them semi-quantitative along the way.…We've got two images here, let's start with this one here.…We've created two scan frames, and we're going to start with image number one,…and I am just going to magnify that, so that we can see what we're doing here.…
I have gone ahead and taken the liberty of putting the color sampler point…on here, so we can see what we've got.…And notice we've got Red, Green, and Blue, and if you remember from our earlier…discussions, Red should be greater than Green should be greater than Blue, so it is here.…So we've got some human-looking skin.…
- 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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