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Sep 26, 2008 00:55 |  #1

hello all ive recently ran into problems with color when it comes to printing, this was edited on a laptop so of course that is not ideal, but from all of you with calibrated monitors does the coloring seem off on this?

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Sep 26, 2008 00:56 |  #2

Honestly Vlad, the white dress looks as if it's drifting a bit blue but more so, it looks very, very underexposed...


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Sep 26, 2008 00:58 |  #3

thats the issue ive been having with my laptop is things look ok then i get to my desktop and they are underexposed, the blue was a bit of a problem but her green came out very green in the print


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Sep 26, 2008 08:51 |  #4

You need to get an analyser and calibrate your monitors. I use the Spyder2PRO and it makes a world of difference.

If you don't have a calibrated starting point then you don't know what it will look like on someone else's monitor.



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