Photoshop :: Human Tones Color Swatches

Mar 21, 2009

I know Bruce Beard has the hair and skin tone color swatches, but I could have sworn I've seen palettes for eyes and lips, too. Anyone know of any off-hand?

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Photoshop :: Replace Human Skin With Another Human...

Jul 8, 2009

How can i take a sample of human skin on an image and give a different image the extact same skin, i know you can replace the colour, andr HSL, but the skin never looks like the skin does on the other image, you dont get the shaes and blemishes etc.

If i cut out a sample of the skin and overlay it on the image, again this just seems to lightnen the image.   Is there some kind of plugin that will sample the skin on an image and strech it onto another image and hence give some image the extact same skin as from where the skin sample was taken?

Say i wanted to give nicole kidman, britney spears face skin what most advanced, realistic way of doing this, without just trying to matching one colour and replace the whole skin with one colour?

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Photoshop :: Making Color Swatches?

Mar 25, 2004

Does anyone know if there is a way to import a text file, or another type of file, into color swatches to make a custom pallet?

We have to type in over 8,000 swatches, and I was hoping there might be an easier way to do it, rather than making a new color and then making a new swatch.

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Photoshop :: Color, Swatches, Hex Codes

Nov 6, 2007

converting hexadecimal colors codes in Photoshop, I want to use the same color as something I found in the web.

Such as this: #335577 I would like to use this shade of blue in photoshop, how would I go about doing that?

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Photoshop :: Custom Color Swatches / Where Are They Located In CS4 For Mac

Mar 28, 2012

I have about fifty or so custom color swatches and wanted to back them up.  Where are they located in Photoshop CS4 for Mac?

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Photoshop :: Any Way To Pull Various Brushes And Tools Into Panel Like Color Swatches

Apr 21, 2013

When I'm painting, I create my custom color swatches it's easy to just click on the color I need and go. But, when choosing brushes, it's much more complicated.

I use several brushes, the mixer brush and the smudge tool back and forth when painting. Is there a way I can pull the various brushes, and tools into a panel like the color swatches so it's all right there and all I have to do it click and go?

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Photoshop :: Gray Tones Look Red

Jun 30, 2009

I have CS4 and all my gray tone have a strong red cast to them. However, outside of PS, the color looks just fine. I didn't have this problem with CS2.I have combed the internet looking for answers, but the only one I can find is "Calibrate your monitor!". the colors look right in CS2, and the only thing I have changed about my system and/or monitor is my version of PhotoShop (CS2 to CS4).

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Photoshop :: Skin Tones?

Nov 29, 2007

How do you get that skin effect?

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Photoshop :: Matching Tones

Aug 15, 2006

How would i go about getting this picture:

to resemble the same type of contrast/tones/colors as this picture:

i've tried using the constrast tool, and trying different hue saturation settings and lowering the opacity, but nothign really turns out as good as the ludacris cover.

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Photoshop :: Skin Tones..

Jan 8, 2004

I am an online gamer and play Tom Clancey's Rainbow Six 3: Ravenshield. I am doing a sig for my buddy and I don't know how make both the doctors face and the hand holding the gun the same skin tone. I would like to keep the doc's face color.

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Photoshop :: Human Body

Jul 2, 2004

Im interested in learning how to draw and color the human body so that is looks real. My work so far can be seen in my deviant art account . But I still cant acheive the realistic look. I'm better doing faces, but when it comes to the body i can shade well. I use the gaussian blur too much, but I dont know what other techniques i cold use. Code:

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Photoshop :: Human To Doll

Dec 25, 2007

how do you create a doll from a human,

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Photoshop :: Matching Skin Tones

Jun 5, 2009

I have a number of photos to retouch and balance skin toning. The basic problem is that the young lady in the photographs has two distingt skin tones but no clearly defined 'tan line'. The differences are detectable and visible (between her back and backside for instance) and I guess caused purely by sun exposure pigmentation versus those bits that never see the sun!

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Photoshop :: Matching Skin Tones

Oct 28, 2002

I was wondering if anyone knew of any tutorials on matching skin tones, for example if I wanted to use a persons head from one image and place it onto the body of another.

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Photoshop :: Printing Skin Tones

Jun 5, 2009

I have trouble getting proper skin tones when I print eventho the color looks great on the screen. On print w/ preview, I have checked "Let photoshop determine the color". Skin tones look colorless when I print w/ my Canon Pro 9000. If I print using Automate, East Print, the colors are OK but the size can't be adjusted.

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Photoshop :: Trimming Human Figures...

Dec 12, 2006

What are some of the techniques to trim unwanted pounds off a subject in your photo to make them look more trim and fit? What are the best and easiest ways to accomplish this?

I am wanting to trim the waist, hips and stomach area on a few models in a profile pose to make them more shapely.

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Photoshop :: Touching Human Skin

Jan 24, 2005

tutorial or links about touching up of the human skin to me. I am interested very much since I work the human skin in digital photo.

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Photoshop :: Human Torch Effect

Mar 26, 2007

how to get this effect?

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Photoshop :: Facial Tones And Neck/jaw Shadowing

Jan 5, 2009

I have a large picture that has ballpoint ink written on part of it. I had no trouble getting the background edited since it was basically the same color. I did end up cloning two different parts of the background and covering it twice to get a blended effect which worked great.

The problem is facial tones. There is ink covering the neck area on the left and the right and the head is at an angle. I haven't been able to pick a color or gradient that works. I tried to clone a different area of the face but that didn't work either. Then I zoomed way in and got each square (pixel?) to show up but it would take me hours to color in each one and there isn't any part of the neck that isn't covered in ballpoint ink so I can't even pick the right skin color/tone.

I downloaded a Gimp program but honestly since I don't know what all those tools are, I don't know which one to use to get it right so I'm hoping someone here can say "use this for this and that for that" so I don't have to trial and error each tool/effect.

Or, if there's another free photo editing program that's easier to use, point me in that direction.

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Photoshop :: Editing A Photo To Sepia Tones

Nov 3, 2003

Question - is there an easy (or not so easy) way to make a photo with sepia tones?

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Photoshop :: Dodging/Burning - Protect Tones

Nov 14, 2008

In PS CS3 I had set up something very useful on my Wacom tablet. I had two buttons mapped to two different actions. They would do the following:

1) Load tool preset for Dodge, 25px soft round, 10%, Highlights

2) Load tool preset for Burn, 25px soft round, 10%, Shadows

With PS CS4 this doesn't work because of the new "Protect Tones" checkbox. If Protect Tones is on, the tool preset will not change from "Highlights" to "Shadows" automatically. It just gets stuck on whatever it was on previously. To make matters worse, Protect Tones turns itself ON every time you switch from Dodge to Burn, even if you've saved a Tone Preset with Protect Tones turned off!

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