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    Default Photo Brightness in PS CS2.

    I realized that when I use PS CS2 to open a photo to do PP, the brightness
    & color seem different for viewing the photo on my desktop.
    Why is it so?

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    Default Re: Photo Brightness in PS CS2.

    i experience the same problem too..usually i just use monitor color spoof (Ctrl + Y) to "solve" the problem but it's not by any way a solution to the problem..
    eat. drink. shoot

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    Default Re: Photo Brightness in PS CS2.

    Is your color space for your screen set correctly?

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    Default Re: Photo Brightness in PS CS2.

    it has to do with the icc profile.

    ms picture viewer does not support the embedded code,
    whereas ps does.

    jude

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    Default Re: Photo Brightness in PS CS2.

    Quote Originally Posted by sehsuan
    Is your color space for your screen set correctly?
    Err.. How to set or check?

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    Default Re: Photo Brightness in PS CS2.

    Quote Originally Posted by judeseah
    it has to do with the icc profile.

    ms picture viewer does not support the embedded code,
    whereas ps does.

    jude
    So what to do?
    Change PS icc profile & how to chabge?

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    Default Re: Photo Brightness in PS CS2.

    guess when u want the pic to look like ur non-profile under cs2,
    go to edit, color settings,
    then under color management policies,
    select off for the rgb tab.

    hope this help.

    but i think if u like to pp,
    then u should not alter this.

    jude

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