Other than the image most folks know about...the one with the four children at the bottom and the hand holding the martini shaker, where can I download an image file that can be used as a target for neutral skin tones. If you find yourself wanting to talk about color profiles, color space, digital, computers, monitors, printers, etcetera, then I didn't do a good job at asking my question....and I appologize for that. I'm trying to adjust the colors in photoshop CS2 such that the ratio of RGB values are close to what happens in the real world naturally, rather than in the wonderful world of photography. Computers and digital equipment have nothing to do with the real thing. This has nothing to do with personal taste. If you took ideal balanced white light (eg. from the sun) and measured the ratio of RGB values reflected from the face of 50 average white skin caucasians, you would obtain the numbers I'm looking for. For example, it may be something like; R/G=1.28, R/B=1.55, G/B=1.20. Remember, this has nothing to do with photography, cameras, computers, digital, color space, nothing of the sort. These are ratios that existed two thousand years ago. While every caucasian in that group of fifty has diferent ratios, the average number will not vary by anything to speak of. If you took two diferent groups of 50 you might get a tiny variance where one group might have a R/G ratio of 1.28 and the other might be 1.27. The measurement is taken from a reading of how much red/Green/Blue is reflected off of the face/skin of fifty caucasians in balanced white light. Sorry to get off track...back to the main question of this post. Do you know of a target image of skin-tones that is recognized by the photographer comunity or can be regarded as a standard that other images can be compared against when it comes to skin-tones being neutral.