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Meetmow

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About Meetmow

  • Birthday May 10

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  • Main editing computer
    PC laptop
  • Editing software
    Lightroom with Photoshop
  • Monitor Calibrator
    X-Rite
  • Cameras, lenses and other photographic equipment
    Nikon D4, 35mm f2, 50mm f1.4, 85mm 1.8

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  1. I figured that I'd also be able to tweak it to my liking since I'm adjusting the same things on every run of it :-)
  2. I purchased some presets that I love, however they are using the most current sliders and I took your class back in the day with the 2010 sliders so once I hit the preset I'm kind of lost. How can I reverse engineer the preset to make it work with my 2010 sliders?
  3. I have a PC laptop running Windows 10 and Lightroom 10. It is under 12 months old, and has 16GB of RAM. Its hard drive has 72.3GB free out of 462GB. The last time I shut down was just before posting this thread. I rarely run a cleanup program.
  4. Hello About a week ago my LR stopped importing photos from my camera (via cable, I do not have a card reader so that's not currently an option to try). This process worked properly last week and then mid-import I ran out of room and had to cancel the import, clear off a little bit of space, and then it wouldn't work anymore. I can import from files on my hard drive, but when I choose to import from camera it just spins. Adobe support says that it's a user profile permissions problem and they cannot help me. Any suggestions on how to fix a permissions issue on a windows 10 pc?
  5. I've been trying to edit on that damn thing for 3 months and it was like looking at one of those old school gifs that only had 128 colors! Totally editing blind. Now that I know it's wide gamut do I need to do anything special for saving for web or anything else?
  6. Ah! I was messing around in settings and went to see if I could manually calibrate and it gave me a warning saying something about a wide gamut....I remember seeing that in your tutorial. Tried it out and HOLY CRAP! THAT FINALLY FIXED IT!
  7. Other than being brighter on my screen, the other laptop checks out.
  8. It had been calibrating my previous laptop pretty well up until I switched laptops. Would you like to give it a go on the other one just to see if that's changed?
  9. Hi Damien! It's been a while, hope all is well with you! This is the laptop http://store.hp.com/us/en/pdp/omen-best-value-laptop-(173)-w6s63av-1 and I have the colormunki display.
  10. I got a new laptop for Christmas and was super excited about it being 4k. Fastforward a few months and I am having nothing but problems. I can't get this thing calibrated for my life. Everything is very contrasty and very pink/warm. I've tried changing up the white point and that didn't seem to make a difference. I'm playing with the luminence, but I have no idea what I'm doing (doesn't seem to be making much of a difference, anyway). Now I'm desperate because I've got a few actual client shoots this weekend.
  11. Unfortunately, it's been about 6 months since I've ordered any prints, but the last time I did they still matched.
  12. It does match in Firefox, but still looks dreadful in the other browsers and on my phone (please don't say it's because it's dreadful to begin with). I'm assuming that the majority of people who see the photo are not in Firefox and see a very ashy kid. Do I just have to suck it up and live with it?
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