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Software tungsten light correction

JustSomeGuy

Cary, US
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JustSomeGuy Basic Member
Wed 15-Nov-00 01:17 AM

I obviously need to take a class in color theory, but before I do that... I was playing with a scanned scene, one taken with tungsten light and one taken with flash. I don't have Photoshop per se, but I do have a software package that lets me play with color both through RGB channels and HSB. I was able to correct some of the color shift due to the tungsten light, so that my whites looked white. I was also able to shift the hue so the reds looked red, but ultimately my greens turned out blue.

I understand that Photoshop has the ability to apply somewhat standard filters to images. Can you apply, say, an 80A to an image? If you can, what sorts of correction does this actually apply in terms of RGB(I) and or HSB?

- David Schmidt

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