Material exposure reference guide for Second QC

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(New page: =Overview= * Making a determination about the correctness of exposure and color values during the Second QC process can be ambiguous at times without a reference. * This page has images sh...)
 
 
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* This page has images showing some common materials you may run across and their RGB value ranges when properly exposed.
 
* This page has images showing some common materials you may run across and their RGB value ranges when properly exposed.
 
* Please use this as an approximate reference, for while the values shown for the materials presented are very accurate. there will be variation in tone and color between any items even if they are made from the same material.
 
* Please use this as an approximate reference, for while the values shown for the materials presented are very accurate. there will be variation in tone and color between any items even if they are made from the same material.
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* "G" is in reference to the Green channel value.
  
 
=Basic Materials Reference Image=
 
=Basic Materials Reference Image=
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[[Image:Exposure_reference_for_materials.jpg]]

Latest revision as of 10:10, 8 April 2013

[edit] Overview

  • Making a determination about the correctness of exposure and color values during the Second QC process can be ambiguous at times without a reference.
  • This page has images showing some common materials you may run across and their RGB value ranges when properly exposed.
  • Please use this as an approximate reference, for while the values shown for the materials presented are very accurate. there will be variation in tone and color between any items even if they are made from the same material.
  • "G" is in reference to the Green channel value.

[edit] Basic Materials Reference Image

Exposure reference for materials.jpg

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