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Brian28

Image processing In Photoshop

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I have just taken some shots with my new camera , a QSI583 though LRGB filters .

when I take the Grey scale images into photoshop and combine them as an RGB image ,when I click on each channel the colours are not Red , green and Blue ? They are cyan , magenta etc ?is this normal or have I done something wrong 🤔

 

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Not come across this before, but look into your photoshop Image Mode and see if the default somehow has been selected as CMYK instead of RGB.  

Carole 

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Hi Carole , i will check when I get home tomorrow, but I’m sure  I created a new document which was RGB , then inserted each stacked image into its respective channel. .but when you click on each channel the colours are not clear Red , green and Blue .,  

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You can soon tell by the untitled image name at the top and make sure it's 16bit while you're at it.

Dave

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