Monitor brightness

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kciuk aka Ken60 Senior Member • Posts: 1,502
Re: Monitor brightness
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Ernie looking at your images , they as stated elsewhere, have a uniform feel that is your style.... but perhaps 10% lower than common.

I suggest two things to perhaps investigate , if using photoshop press "f" twice to see your image against white, rather than the often dark background. This white view will make darker images show up as needing a kick. Secondly use the Ctrl + M to bring up a curves workbox and check the "show clipping" tick box. Move the sliders in to the point you just start to see clipping , so by creating a better black point and highlight point.

Lastly nothing beats the info pallet in Photoshop, learning the numerical values shown for RGB will aid you in assessing the tones of an image both for brightness and neutrality. Great pics , keep on trucking .

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