Yes, Ignore CMYK (it is unnecessary anyway, Photoshop or LR). The percentage values reflect the actual underlying data (unlike CMYK where every profile and process produces differing values).
As you can see from the examples I’ve provided below, there is a very logical and clear ratio for RGB percentages for skintone using Lightroom.
All the skin here are from reference images using different kinds of skin. Note the ratio between R, G and B:
Evaluate the CMYK numbers for your sample point. For example, in my photograph, the values at my sample point are:
C - 18
M - 48
Y - 48
K - 1
My CMYK chart for skin tones suggests that for average Caucasian skin, I want about 25% more yellow than magenta. In my photograph, the yellow and magenta values are the same, so I will need to add a bit of yellow.
I also want less cyan than magenta. My chart suggests starting with cyan at about 25% of the magenta. In my photograph, the cyan is about one-third of the magenta, so the cyan may need to be adjusted down.
Caucasian skin typically does not have any black, so I will want to be sure that disappears as I adjust my image. Black (as it’s read in the Info panel) is the result of cyan, magenta, and yellow combined so making adjustments to those colours will change the level of black.
1) Animated GIFs will become a must-have photo booth feature
2) Customized photo booths will boost corporate events
3) Photo booths will be integrated into unique event activations
4) Digital green screen backgrounds
5) Outdoor photo booths
Event wisdom comes in many forms. Learn about the trends that will dominate the event space in 2018 from experienced industry professionals.
Now that 2018 has arrived, new trends and changes in the the event industry are already rumbling underfoot. Preparing for these changes early on in the year will be a key factor for developing a successful event strategy. And what better way to kick off the new year than with event trend predictions from a group of event experts?
We asked 21 event professionals one question:
What will be the biggest event trend in 2018?
Our respondents covered a wide range of topics, offering insights into how the industry will continue to evolve. Some event trend predictions were in long form while others got straight to the point. All in all, these answers will help you better prepare for the changes that are to come.
Some of the topics that were mentioned include:
Partnership Event Marketing
Virtual and Augmented Reality
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