Observations Please?


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qhelix

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My monitor seems to show pictures darker than they should be, but I don't really have anyway to find out if that's really the case. I only say this because pictures taken with mt camera appear fine but when viewed on my computer they appear darker.

Here's a pic I took. I'd just like to know whether it appears dark to you guys, cos when I took it it seem perfectly fine on my camera.

 

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Originally posted by qhelix
My monitor seems to show pictures darker than they should be, but I don't really have anyway to find out if that's really the case. I only say this because pictures taken with mt camera appear fine but when viewed on my computer they appear darker.

Here's a pic I took. I'd just like to know whether it appears dark to you guys, cos when I took it it seem perfectly fine on my camera.

The bear looks pretty fine to me. Make sure your monitor is properly calibrated, at least with Adobe Gamma.

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CK
 

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Adobe gamma? What's that? Where can I get it? Or is it found in Photoshop?
 

Eugene

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Not sure it works, but this happened for one of the PC at work. A gateway PC. Pics viewed on it were darker than wad i see using my home PC.

Solved it by adjusting the colour in the monitor settings.
In one of the settings, there are 3 different coloured bars.
They were originally all around the middle, and i moved all 3
of them almost to the max, and wah lah... brighter monitor.

Not really good at explanations...
hope it helps.
;P
 

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qhelix

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That's the problem. I dunno whether my monitor is calibrated properly.
 

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