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My usual Cinepaint workflow

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rm42
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« on: December 22, 2007, 09:23:37 am »

My usual Cinepaint workflow is very simple.  I open the raw image with Cinepaint.  Cinpaint offers to convert the image to Wide RGB which I accept. 
I then go to Image > Colors > Levels, and adjust as needed. 
If I notice that the image is to green, or too red, etc, I go to Image > Color > Color Balance, and adjust as needed. 
Sometimes, if the image colors are a little flat, I go to Image > Colors > Hue Saturation, and adjust as needed. 
After that, I go to Filters > Enhance > Unsharp Mask, Set the Radius to 1.0, the Ammount to somwhere between 50 and 85, depending on the picture, and press OK. 
I then go to Image > Assign ICC Profile, and select sRGB. 
I then convert the image to 8 bit for exporting as JPEG by going to Image > 8-bit Unsign Integer. 
I then save a JPEG and I'm done. Smiley
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« Reply #1 on: December 22, 2007, 09:36:51 am »

Thanks for the info rm42 Smiley Your info / tutorials will be a great help to many to come Wink
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« Reply #2 on: December 22, 2007, 01:30:10 pm »

Hey rm42,
 I like this "BritPic" stuff!!!! I'm gonna add it to the links section. Wink I had never heard of this before, Thanks
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