JohnWheeler

JohnWheeler

Lives in United States United States
Works as a Consultant
Joined on May 31, 2011

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  • What I am saying is that if the images look good with PS and LR then this is not a problem with the calibration you did with your monitor. Rather the issue lies elsewhere and sometimes can be ...
  • Check out the information in this link about your monitor: http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/dell_u2412m.htm It includes a section on calibration.  Note that your OSD plays a role in calibration ...
  • Hi Steve - The BenQ monitor model number would be needed to be more specific. In general, a hardware/software solution from Xrite or Datacolor is needed for the calibration/profiling process to get ...
  • Richard I believe answered the question. According to the Safari Developers Library on Color Management: "Important: For images that are not tagged with a color profile, their color values will be ...
  • No they would not be the same in a non-color managed system. Using the same color numbers (RGB) in sRGB, Adobe RGB, a narrow gamut monitor, or a wide gamut monitor all would represent/display a ...
  • Hi mbvbun Some of the grid pattern you see on Preview could easily be a display anomaly caused by the particular zoom size you are using vs the display pixels. This can be confirmed pretty easily ...
  • Great! Glad you are back up and running.
  • You're welcome Brick.
  • Hi Brick Most likely you have to redownload the Topaz bits again per the instructions from Topaz in the provided link. Hope that solves your problem https://support.topazlabs.com/hc/en-us/articles/ ...
  • Hi Tony I also use Time Machine for backup. I do not use DNG that much and can see the issue of more backup.  However, that is only for the DNG files that have been touched.  I have not verified ...
  • Hi Erik In days of old I did enjoy the DOF scale on my manual focus lenses (yes pre auto-focus ancient times). There was even one on my Nikon 80-200mm zoom as per a similar image here: ...
  • Hi Mike It would help to post an image to see what you are up against. Or a link to the original.  It would also help to know which version of PS (or other software) to which you have access. What ...
  • Hi Fish - I will assume that the color change to which you refer is when the different size images in your galery are being viewed and not that the same image is viewed at different magnifications ...
  • One other thought not as related to fixing the image. An aperture of f/22 will not give you the sharpest image due to the diffraction blur at such a small aperture. You will end up with a better ...
  • Using Raw would make pulling out the sky details a lot easier and without the posterization in this ACR adjustment:
  • You may have already made your decision and gone with neither one. I have used both Lynda.com and KelbyOne and it depends on your learning style.  Lynda is more classroom style with more detail and ...
  • Hi Andy - A few thoughts - What you see on the web is of course someone putting their best foot forward and not the noise of a Raw file (e.g. noise reduction software etc) - The perceived noise in ...
  • Content Aware Scale in both vertical and horizontal Gradient dim of lower rocks and upper mountain Raise tone or bighorns Basic tone, clarity, vibrance
  • Thanks for sharing pureseer.
  • Hi Martin I only use JPEG when I know I going to a final use (otherwise store in original format).  When targeting JEPG I first resize to pixel dimensions needed.  240 to 300ppi for prints and ...
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