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Great question! To take the last part first, your skin hue would be the same no matter the brightness of incident light, provided the color of the light didn't change. That's why "Select skin tones" works in Photoshop CS6 and later. In broadcast video work, there's a commonly-used tool called a vectorscope that will prove to you, if you ever test it out, ...
In order to break out spot colors, you must use the Channels Panel. There is no other way if you need proper separations. This is often one reason Photoshop is simply a poor tool to use if you need Pantone colored-text, especially small text. Rather than write a lengthy tutorial on spot colors here are a few links to follow (I'm not specifically endorsing ...
This seems to work: Install the open source indesign alternative Scribus, Mac and Windows (there's also an official portable version for Windows on sourceforge that doesn't require installation). WARNING: its interface is very confusing... But, it's free and does this particular job, there's only one simple thing we need to use it for. Open it up, go to ...
Right click the swatch on your swatch panel. Go to Swatch Options. Change the Color Mode to CMYK. You will get decimal points which isn't a problem really but if it annoys you just then decide to round up or round down.
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