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Geeek204 Oct 24, 2005 12:02 AM

Can someone please paint this middle wall?http://www.stormhagen.com/Forum/wall.JPG
http://www.stormhagen.com/Forum/Wall.jpghttp://www.stormhagen.com/Forum/wall.jpgJust the part that sticks out in the middle. Just use the color that is on that swatch on the left side.
Thanks,
Storm

creeduk Oct 24, 2005 8:22 AM

Swatch is missing.

Geeek204 Oct 24, 2005 8:54 AM

It's that blue lookin thing next to the orange and yellow vases.
http://www.stormhagen.com/Forum/wall2.JPG

creeduk Oct 24, 2005 1:31 PM

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Well here is what I think it would look like, I did not spend any time repeairing the section of bright light but it gives the general idea. I wil post 2 as it is hard to be sure of the color sample taken from a camera in these settings (white balance was not right etc)

creeduk Oct 24, 2005 1:32 PM

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And the other.

Geeek204 Oct 24, 2005 6:43 PM

I am sooo sorry that you had to go to all of that work, I just wanted the middle part done....
http://www.stormhagen.com/Forum./wall3.JPGhttp://www.stormhagen.com/Forum/wall3.JPG
Sorry.....
Storm

Geeek204 Oct 24, 2005 6:44 PM

Ohh, the white balance is right, the walls are grey.

Storm

VTphotog Oct 24, 2005 8:27 PM

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I still am not seeing the swatches, but I took a guess on a color.

Is this something like what you are after?

brian

Geeek204 Oct 24, 2005 8:29 PM

I circled the swatch in the 3rd post, everything I wanted though except for the color!
How do you guys do that so well? Do you use photoshop? Could you maybe tell me your secret?

Storm

creeduk Oct 24, 2005 9:13 PM

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OK so as you may have guessed we are not the worlds best readers..LOL I skipped on to your later images and did not notice the center wall request. My remark about WB was that yes I know the walls are gray (once I fixed the image) but here they have warm tones due to the lights. So to do this yourself, use PS or another editor use levels to correct the Tones and et the correct neutral tone. Then paint on a new layer setting to either color or overlay mode this will allow you to keep shadows etc for a look close the finished article. Here are my 2 again.


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