some scanning issue that need your help.


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ninelives

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2 questions for you guys

1: Is the parrot picture too dark ?


2a: This little bird is without any color correction.


2b: this is WITH color correction.




1: Is the parrot appear in your screen?
2: Which one do u prefer? 2a or 2b?

TIA.
 

rueyloon

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the third one is ok, but how come your scanner exibit a funny noise pattern ? or is that a cage in the background ?
 

Darren

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Yes, the parrot appears on my screen.
2b is the more accurate picture.

Helps a lot if your monitor is calibrated - and no, Adobe Gamma is not 100% accurate ;)
 

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all the pictures look underexposed to me ...

u can use the curves to make it brighter

IMAGE > ADJUST > CURVES
 

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Originally posted by rueyloon
the third one is ok, but how come your scanner exibit a funny noise pattern ? or is that a cage in the background ?
ya, cage at backgroud.

btw, is the parrot appear dark on your screen?

tia.
 

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Agree with megaweb, your pics a tad too dark. A little bit of adjustment with the curves (or levels) tool in Photoshop to bring up the midtones would be good.
 

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the pictures look ok (within the range of tolerance), could be brighter, but wouldn't say they're underexposed? someone go and buy a colorvision spyder and maybe post some 'properly calibrated photos' and from the reference we can adjust our gamma ;)
 

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Looks better
 

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Originally posted by erwinx
the pictures look ok (within the range of tolerance), could be brighter, but wouldn't say they're underexposed? someone go and buy a colorvision spyder and maybe post some 'properly calibrated photos' and from the reference we can adjust our gamma ;)
fully agreed.....not point ask around for exposure issue via attachment pic....every monitor adjustment is different. I got 2 PC and i even got hard time to adjust the 2 monitors to exhibit the same color, brightness, contrast pattern.....and also the printer...totally gave up !!
 

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