Re: Gum Negs: CMYK, RGB or "Spot" Colour - thelink...!!!
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I would add that ten images obtained with this method are in my page inside
the Gruppo Namias site. Just click on "authors" from the left side bar and
click on "Alberto Novo", and then look the portfolio "Venetian Gums".
What you see are not exact reproductions of the true colours, though the
images look "likely". I used this method to give the peception of the
colours instead of showing the true ones. For example, the stones of the
paving in Venice are made of trachyte, a stone with a warm hue, but most of
the Venician, when asked about its colour, say that it is gray.
Also, for enhancing the consistency of the portfolio, I ever used the same
pigment for the sky (which is most othe time cerulean instead of blue here).
Christina Z. Anderson wrote:
This is verrrryyy cool. Thanks for sharing the link.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Michael Koch-Schulte"
Sent: Friday, August 31, 2007 8:06 AM
Subject: Re: Gum Negs: CMYK, RGB or "Spot" Colour - the link...!!!
Actually this link works better still...thanks. This is very similar to
I was thinking.