On Sunday, July 11, 2010 11:51:47 Lukáš Jirkovský wrote:
> I'll try to explain (maybe I could try to record a short video showing
> my work flow if my description is incomprehensible).
> When I open a photo I look for areas where I know how the color should
> look like. I usually look for neutrals (asphalt road, gray clothes)
> first and put some sample point here. Then I add sample points other
> places with known color like leaves. Then I open curves dialog and I
> try to set the curves so the color color "matches theory". In other
> words I try to match the curves so the neutrals are approximately
> neutrals and eg. leaves mentioned contains most green and bit of red
> but almost no blue. This is where the sample points are really useful
> because I see the numbers for all selected places at the same time.

Thanks for the explanation. Its a very interesting use of the sample points :) 
A video perhaps would bean overkill but I would like to see screenshots of 
before an after with some sample image, if its not too much of a bother.

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