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Need Some Help with Calibration... Do these look righ?

 
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Sep 09, 2007 15:21 |  #1

I made the move to CS3 finally and it seems Adobe has taken out the Gamma Loader and I think I messed up my calibration trying to redo it w/o the proper tools. The ICC Profile was left intact so colors won't be that much off (but they are of course). Are these images' contrast, tone and brightness about right? They should be a little contrasty due to using my print sites profile, but otherwise they look really rich and detailed. Incidentally, I also had to remove one of those big antenna towers & multiple support cables in the background with the quarterback so please tell me if you can see the edit.

Thanks for your help :)

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Sep 09, 2007 16:28 |  #2

If you moved to CS3 from a previous Photoshop then chances are that the Adobe Gamma control panel (.cpl), Adobe Gamma Readme (.txt) and Adobe Gamma Loader (.exe) are still on your PC.

On mine they reside under C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Calibratio​n.

If still there on your machine then double click on the Readme file to get going again.

Contrast, tone & brightness look fine to me.




  
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Sep 09, 2007 17:18 |  #3

Looks like it has a bit of a blue tint. Rest (contrast brightness) look great.

Now just fix that horizon! :lol:


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Sep 09, 2007 20:11 |  #4

Pugwash wrote in post #3894829 (external link)
If you moved to CS3 from a previous Photoshop then chances are that the Adobe Gamma control panel (.cpl), Adobe Gamma Readme (.txt) and Adobe Gamma Loader (.exe) are still on your PC.

On mine they reside under C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Calibratio​n.

If still there on your machine then double click on the Readme file to get going again.

Contrast, tone & brightness look fine to me.

Yea, that was the first place I looked... but its gone. I'm going to look at the cd again, maybe I can find it w/o having to install again.




  
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Sep 09, 2007 20:11 |  #5

Swift1 wrote in post #3895118 (external link)
Looks like it has a bit of a blue tint. Rest (contrast brightness) look great.

Now just fix that horizon! :lol:

Lol... I got a bit of a right lean it seems :o

Oh, and yes I can see the blue tint now. I guess I over did the sky filtering :/ TY for the heads up.




  
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