Re: Custom color-separations in Photoshop?
For Color separation for gum, i use PhiLou Software
----- Original Message -----
From: "Katharine Thayer" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, January 25, 2009 5:16 PM
Subject: Re: Custom color-separations in Photoshop?
Thanks, Alberto. After I sent that first post, it occurred to me
that maybe I'd bookmarked the page, and sure enough there it was in
my bookmarks. Anyway, I don't think anyone talking about using spot
channels to achieve Keith's goal is supposing it could be an
automatic process like default Photoshop CMYK separations; Keith is
right that Photoshop won't do that. But it is a way to use Photoshop
to get the separations of secondary colors that he wanted.
On Jan 24, 2009, at 11:54 PM, Alberto Novo wrote:
Oh, for heavens' sake, it was Alberto Novo. I should have
remembered that, sorry Alberto. Anyway, here's the page: http://
Never mind, Katherine. I live in a different time zone, so usually
I can't chime in at once.
I would add that I don't believe that my process could become an
atomatic one, though it is possible to make a Photoshop action. The
reason is that the colors are not primary (I like to call them
oblique, opposed to orthogonal, because they are not complemetary,
and they are not the resultant of a rigid rotation of the axes),
and they vary from picture to picture because of the complexity of
the scene and the personal choices of the operator.
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