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Re: Custom color-separations in Photoshop?

... or pink for orange.
In my Venetian gums that you see in the Gruppo Namias site, I have chosen to use the same blue in the sky of all the ten prints. In this way the pictures have the same look like they have been shot on the same day and hour.

That sounds similar to the different color palettes that Chris Anderson posted on her website.... substituting different reds or even browns for magenta, etc?
Best Wishes,
Mark Nelson
Precision Digital Negatives
PDN Print Forum @ Yahoo! Groups
Mark Nelson Photography
On Jan 25, 2009, at 2:39:26 PM, "Alberto Novo" <alt.list@albertonovo.it> wrote:
True. Watching the histogram and then checking the results, merging the layers to see if there are zones not covered by the separations. Then expanding or shrinking the % of each selection accordingly to the correction they need, etc.
But this allows you to make your choice on the main colors of the image, or whatever color you want, making a number of selections on your choice.
The fun begins when you print your separations with colors that are different from the originals, making credible images not reproducing the reality.