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There is a photoshop plugin called Magic Picker ( http://anastasiy.com/magicpicker).

 

One of its key features is Tone Locking.

 

Basically, it let you change the tone without affecting the relative lighting, as showed in this video ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zAfu7xE-Jw ).

 

Super useful in digital painting, photo editing, color palette creation and pretty much all kind of work that need a good color consistency.

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HI MEB

 

Thanks for welcoming me! :)

 

About Boxes : sorry but either I didn't understand what you mean, either you didn't fully see the video, because I can't achieve the same feature as maintaining the relative lighting using Boxes. Boxes looks like merely a HSL picker for me, when Magic Picker let you choose the hue and alter saturation and lightness for you automagically.

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