Histograms wanted

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I'm giving a short class on histograms in a couple months, and I'd like to have a variety of histograms of the same image to show.

If anyone has the time, I'd like you to load the following image into whatever software you use, take a screenshot of the histogram and post it here.

ColorfulSculpture.jpg


What software you use is not requested. It doesn't matter if it's an Additive, Transparent, Luminence, RGB, RGBL or even individual color channels.

I just need a variety of samples like these:

Sculpturehisto.jpg
Sculpturehisto2.jpg


TIA!
 
TIA?
you had a transient ischemic attack?
you should see a doctor about that.
 
RawTherapee
$histogram.JPG

GIMP
$histogimp.JPG
 
TIA?
you had a transient ischemic attack?
you should see a doctor about that.

I had an Ischemic Optic Neuropathy a couple of years ago. Does that count??

Fortunately it cleared up before serious damage could occur.
 
need a lr 5 version?
 
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AVS Photo Editor 2.0.8.128
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CaptureOne v6.4.5
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LR4.4 wide panel
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Oloneo PhotoEngine 1.1.400.349
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PS CS6 64bit CMYK
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PS CS6 64bit CMYK Black
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PS CS6 64bit CMYK Colors
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PS CS6 64bit CMYK Luminosity
Sparky_Hist_PS_CS6_64bit_CMYK_Magenta.PNG



PS CS6 64bit CMYK Magenta
Sparky_Hist_PS_CS6_64bit_CMYK_Yellow.PNG



PS CS6 64bit CMYK Yellow
Sparky_Hist_PS_CS6_64bit_Cyan.PNG



PS CS6 64bit CMYK Cyan
Sparky_Hist_PS_CS6_64bit_Grayscale_Alpha2.PNG



PS CS6 64bit Grayscale Alpha2
Sparky_Hist_PS_CS6_64bit_Grayscale_Alpha3.PNG



PS CS6 64bit Grayscale Alpha3
Sparky_Hist_PS_CS6_64bit_Grayscale_Gray.PNG



PS CS6 64bit Grayscale Gray
Sparky_Hist_PS_CS6_64bit_LAB_A.PNG



PS CS6 64bit LAB A
Sparky_Hist_PS_CS6_64bit_LAB_B.PNG



PS CS6 64bit LAB B
Sparky_Hist_PS_CS6_64bit_LAB_Composite.PNG



PS CS6 64bit LAB Composite
Sparky_Hist_PS_CS6_64bit_LAB_Lightness.PNG



PS CS6 64bit LAB Lightness
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PS CS6 64bit Multichannel Alpha1
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PS CS6 64bit Multichannel Alpha2
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PS CS6 64bit Multichannel Alpha3
Sparky_Hist_PS_CS6_64bit_Multichannel_Composite.PNG



PS CS6 64bit Multichannel Composite
Sparky_Hist_PS_CS6_64bit_RGB.PNG



PS CS6 64bit RGB
Sparky_Hist_PS_CS6_64bit_RGB_Blue.PNG



PS CS6 64bit RGB Blue
Sparky_Hist_PS_CS6_64bit_RGB_Color.PNG



PS CS6 64bit RGB Color
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PS CS6 64bit RGB Green
Sparky_Hist_PS_CS6_64bit_RGB_Luminosity.PNG



PS CS6 64bit RGB Luminosity
Sparky_Hist_PS_CS6_64bit_RGB_Red.PNG



PS CS6 64bit RGB Red
 
Photoline lets you have REALLY BIG HISTOGRAMS!!!!!!!!!!!!

$Screen Shot 2013-07-03 at 11.44.35 PM copy.jpg
(Linear Scale)

$Screen Shot 2013-07-03 at 11.49.21 PM copy.jpg
(Log Scale)

And why do you need really big histograms, you ask? For the same reason you'd want to have one layer in LAB and another in CMYK and another in RGB ... Photoline can do that, too.
 
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