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Hi Deke! I'd like to ask about using Lab but, first, some heart-felt praise; I've been using Lynda.com for about a year now and your tuition is the most easy-to-follow and entertaining by 'a country mile' as they say on your side of the pond.
Here it is: I noticed that when you use Lab to correct images you will switch back to RGB afterwards. Would it not be even better to change the layer into a smart object and alter Lab inside that smart object? Thereby having an RGB file wtih a Lab-mode smart object inside it? So you're essentially using non-destructive Lab corrections?
Please impart your wisdom, that I might save memory space etc that I'm probably wasting by working this way.
Many thanks and best wishes Deke - your teachings are absolutely first class
- Ben, UK
Merci pour les instructions détaillées! J'ai suivi vos conseils et maintenant commence enfin à gagner non seulement jouer aux casino en ligne! Merci!
So nice to find info on Lab Mode as it is a subject well hidden by other authors. or not mentioned.
I imagine that it is similar in CS5
Thank you for sharing
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