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Re: cyan, magenta, yellow layers in photoshop?



thank you for your help!

"j. l. t." wrote:

> Convert to CMYK, then fiddle with each channel in the channels menu - you
> can split and recombine or alter curves in each individually.
>
> any other questions re: photoshop email me offlist
>
> jlt
>
> On Sat, 16 Sep 2000, Siri Huntoon wrote:
>
> > Hello list members,
> >
> > i am making a booklet with pages produced in various ways - started out
> > by  cutting out letters from erasers and making some prints with these
> > with a cyan, yellow and magenta inkpads.  was just having fun mixing
> > those colors, printing the letters all sorts of ways, layering the
> > colors.
> >
> > now i want to do the same thing with a b&w photo in photoshop  -   same
> > colors, each on its own layer.  feel very stupid & can't figure out how
> > to do it!  "monotone" seems to make the whole image monotone - not just
> > the one layer.  cutting out of the black channell & pasting into a spot
> > channell makes my layer empty.  is some other program better for this?
> > tried quark but couldn't figure out how to layer the images
> > transparently.
> >
> > any help is much appreciated.
> >
> > siri huntoon
> >
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