Re: CMYK separations on Adobe Photoshop

From: [email protected]
Date: 10/30/04-09:00:57 AM Z
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But this is a conventional RGB printing, you can't modify the Cyan layer
using curves.
pd By the way, this is the way you made the beautiful naked print, first on
RGB and then you converted to CYMK with Photoshop and you used the Cyan
pigment on the new generated Cyan layer and so with the rest.
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Sent: Saturday, October 30, 2004 12:32 AM
Subject: Re: CMYK separations on Adobe Photoshop

> >>> 10/29/04 11:48 PM >>>
> Sorry, but...
> How do you get the Cyan channel from a RGB file without going to CMYK?
> Isn't this the question?
> How do you get the Cyan colors?
> Giovanni
> I'm just printing the RGB red channel negative using a cyan pigment (in
> the image example, Linel Hortensia Blue). The green channel is printed
> with magenta and the blue channel gets printed with yellow pigment. As
> I've said and the image example shows, the colors are different in the
> final image than when you do a CMYK conversion and make separation
> negatives from those files. If you want a more accurate transcription
> you should do the RGB to CMYK conversion. I'm just offering a possible
> alternative since the original question asked about possibilities other
> than doing the conversion to CMYK in Photoshop.
> Joe
Received on Sat Oct 30 09:02:10 2004

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