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In Photoshop, how to get the histogram and statistics of CIELab values

I have a CIELab file that I am looking at with Photoshop. I would like to obtain the mean value of the image's L*, a*, and b* values. However, when I open the Histogram tool and select the individual ...
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Which rendering intent to use when saving CIE-Lab values in Silverfast

I am using Silverfast to make a scan and save it as CIE-Lab. I set Absolute Colorimetric rendering intent in Color Management System preferences, calibrated the scanner, then scanned some white paper ...
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Photoshop CIELab values: What does my display show after color management?

Let's say I load a Lab image into Photoshop, and the Lab values in the image file are D50/2, which is what Photoshop assumes. I then display the image in Photoshop on a monitor which I calibrated ...
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SilverFast CIELab: What illuminant and observer is assumed?

I am scanning prints with the scanner software SilverFast, which offers the option to scan to a file containing CIELab values. However I need to know what CIE illuminant and observer is assumed when ...
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Raw photo for scientific purpose. How to set white reference to defined numeric L*a*b value?

I need a scientific raw photo for colour analysis. I shot with a reference gray card which has a defined Lab color space L=70*a=0*b=0. I need to balance the photo with L=70 in camera raw. Is it ...
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Change color of an object in Lab that does not share the same channel

Lab tutorials show how to change a red car into a green one. That is convenient, because red and green share the same channel. But, if I would need to change a red car to a Yellow or blue one, how ...
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Does Lab color mode in Photoshop give some advantages over Adobe RGB on skin retouching?

Does Lab color mode in Photoshop give some advantages over Adobe RGB on skin retouching/frequency separation? If yes, in what cases/what advantages does it give? What would be the proper way of making ...