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veerle
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on Mar 1, 2006 at 10:16:00 am

..(thanx for the help on my previous post:)!)..

i would like to know how i can change a 'daylightnegative' into an 'daylightnegative with "artlighting" ' .. the thing is that i was working with daylightnegatives but at one picture the flash didn't worked, but now it turns out that the colours on that picture are so beautiful that i want to use it on all the rest.
i did a lot of tryings with colourchangements but it never turns out like the first one, (the yellow is too lemon and the red is too ..red, i cant get the warm orangelike atmoshpere)

i heard there was a filter (cs2) wich turns a daylight into an 'artlight' , but i don't find it..


hope i was clear enhough!
greetz
veerle



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Jim Kanter
Re: filters
on Mar 2, 2006 at 2:59:04 am

not quite sure what you mean by "artlight."

Check out Mystical Lighting by Autofx:
http://www.autofx.com/

Also consider duplicating the layer and blurring the blue channel on the top layer and then adjusting its opacity and blending mode.

Jim Kanter,
Digital Film Institute
http://www.dfilminst.com


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veerle
Re: filters
on Mar 4, 2006 at 1:09:57 pm

haai, thanx for the advise, i'm gonna try it right away!

with 'artlight' i mean light from lamps..if you use a negative made for daylight, but you take a picture inside with a lamp, you get this very nice orange atmosphere!..
i'll try to find out how to add a picture in a post, so you can see what i mean..


greets!
veerle



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Jim Kanter
Re: filters
on Mar 7, 2006 at 2:49:18 pm

The color shift is due to the color of the light that is being recorded. Indoor lights (for example, incandescent bulbs in table lamps)have a yellow light. Our brains compensate for this automatically, but film and CCDs do not.

Fluorescent light usually photographs green, and daylight photographs blue.

You can apply color shifts with HSV filters, adjustment layers, curves, levels, etc.

Jim Kanter,
Digital Film Institute
http://www.dfilminst.com


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