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cathm

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  • Main editing computer
    Mac desktop
  • Editing software
    Lightroom with Photoshop
  • Monitor Calibrator
    X-Rite

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  1. Will do this when I get home today, thanks!
  2. Yes, very. Thank you for teaching this new skill.
  3. Ok, I figured out why the monitor color was so off! There is a button at the bottom of the monitor to choose Standard, ComfortView, Movie, Game, Color Temp., and Custom Color. I changed to Custom Color and reduced blue (out of RGB) to 96% to match with my prints. Now, the monitor colors match with my prints!
  4. Is it okay if I concentrate on the laptop first?
  5. Hi! What is the best and easy way to edit these red spots on baby's skin?
  6. As you can see in the comparison photo, Macbook Pro looks more red than the print and the Monitor looks cooler than the print.
  7. One thing i noticed too is that my Macbook Pro color changes when I connect it to the monitor. (to less red).
  8. Yes, I feel like I’m back to square one... here is how my monitor, MacBook Pro, and my print from Bay Photo look like...
  9. Hi Damien! I’m in Japan and will be here until 6/4. I will look for more outdoor images to post once I return. Thanks!
  10. I will look for it. Can the skin color be different?
  11. I am having a hard time editing this umbilical cord.... I wanted to remove the black part but still look natural... Or is it better to move the foot or cover it with the diaper cover? I hope you can help me, thanks!
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