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well we have 4 members by my count, _Void_ and Igor from Jump-Scans cause they were gonna do it and since i was gonna do it they teamed up with me, Yoshitsune is translating it but i havent gotten the Script for it yet, since were done cleaning all the pages it wasnt that hard all we got to do is typeset, and im the last member im cleaning some and typesetting all the pages, but sure u can tell ur friend that if he doesnt mind we can use him and if u say he does HQ cleaning even better
Cool, I'll tell him to pm ya ^^
great, that means less work for everybody, i hope it becomes popular cause the everybody having a samurai sword concept is interesting, imagine somebody giving the wrong answer in class and the teacher cuts u with his sword
what about my question? how do you level color pages?
Also, thanks illiteracy (because some seemed to have ignored you)
As far as leveling color images goes, I think the easiest way is pretty much the same as leveling grayscale. If you have something that should be black, and something that should be white, make an level adjustment layer and overlay that on the top of you layers. Leveling individual channels doesn't really seem to do a lot and I generally don't mess with curves (too tedious). From there, you might want to try messing with the color balance if the colors don't really look right. It helps if you actually know what the original color image is supposed to look like. I'd mainly just recommend using adjustment layers and messing around, so whatever you do it isn't permanent if you decide to change it later.
gotcha, thanks for the info