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    Explanation of Color Models - RGB - CMYK - LAB

    A video tutorial by Deke McClelland explaining the uses and differences between them.


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    Re: Explanation of Color Models - RGB - CMYK - LAB

    An absolutely splendid explanation from an equally spledid explainer.
    Noone does these things better than Deke. Thanks for posting, Steve.
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    Re: Explanation of Color Models - RGB - CMYK - LAB

    Deke has a way of explaining thing that makes it easy to understand.
    I'm glad you liked liked it Dick.

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    Re: Explanation of Color Models - RGB - CMYK - LAB

    Well, Steve, I've learned Photoshop entirely in English and that's why I run the Eng version tho there is a Swedish version of it avaliable.
    There are a number of people responsible for me learning PhS, like Orion Williams, Katrin Eismann (pity she's allready married), Scott Kelby, Dave Cross, Matt Kloskowsky, Bert Monroy (jawdropping awsome) and - of course - Deke McClelland, the Guru of them all.

    If anyone want's to learn all there is to know and a good bit more about Channels and Masks I higly recommend the video titles Deke did on this for PhS CS3. A whopping 33 hours on the subject and it still stands its ground, even tho there are some new tools for masks in CS4 and CS5.
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    Re: Explanation of Color Models - RGB - CMYK - LAB

    Don't lie Dick...I taught you all that you know.comeon....admit it!


    btw Steve awesome vid great info
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    Re: Explanation of Color Models - RGB - CMYK - LAB

    I'm self taught, although Lynda.com was a tremendous resource for me.
    Channels still elude me, masks I use all the time.

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    Re: Explanation of Color Models - RGB - CMYK - LAB

    Quote Originally Posted by iDad View Post
    Don't lie Dick...I taught you all that you know.comeon....admit it!
    Then.. why did you have me promise not to tell .. ?

    >Channels still elude me, masks I use all the time

    Well, you see, there are three channels in an RGB image - Red, Green and Blue - and ...
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