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Teekay

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  • Main editing computer
    Mac laptop
  • Editing software
    Photoshop
  • Monitor Calibrator
    X-Rite
  • Cameras, lenses and other photographic equipment
    Canon 5d mkii, Canon 16-35mm F4L, Canon 24-70 F2.8, Canon 70-200 F2.8, Canon 50mm F1.8

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  1. Well that was simple. Feeling a bit stupid right now. I'd been looking for somewhere to reset the tool but I was clicking on the Brush setting icon. *Head slap Thanks Damien
  2. My Photoshop brush has suddenly started acting weird. When using a soft brush, if I click the mousepad it's fine but if I click and drag it expands as I move it. This isn't normal right? I did take a video on my phone to demonstrate what it's doing but I don't know how to upload it here. I'll grab a screenshot of my settings though.
  3. Yay, I've got it. It took a while. For a minute I thought I'd stuffed it all back up again, as it wouldn't snap but I moved it around until a blue box appeared around it and that seemed to signify it would snap. So I rearranged them all and all is right with the world again. Well the Photoshop world anyway. 😊 Tx
  4. Thanks Damien, at least I know I'm not being stupid. I've actually just found a solution after reading your reply. I moved it around on the right hand side and it has 'snapped' into place under the history panel. Not the look I'm used to, but I guess whatever works. 😄
  5. Hi there, it's been a while since I set up my workspace as per the Layers and Masks course, I believe. My Mac recently died on me so I have borrowed a Surface book for now and I am trying to set up my workspace. I have opened a history tab, an adjustments tab and a properties tab with no problem but the layers tab isn't docked properly. I can't get to the icons at the bottom without physically moving the entire tab. It's not locked to the side. I hope you understand what I mean. I've attached a couple of pics. First one is my workspace and the second one shows that the layers panel is randomly still there when I open Photoshop. Please tell me it's just me being stupid and it's a simple fix 😀
  6. Thanks so much Damien, have done that. 👍 Looks like the photo poster is not going to be forthcoming with her colour space so I've linked her your FB and Browser article, and reiterated the importance of editing in Srgb. Not much else I can do, but glad I asked the question, because I learnt about Chrome 😀 👍
  7. Ok thanks for that. I'll use Firefox in future. I'm not brand loyal 😁 Just checked and still looks green to me on Firefox. Have asked her what colour space she uses.
  8. I'll find out about the colour space. I use Chrome as my web browser usually And yes, It is a pro lab I use for prints
  9. I am after some clarification about calibrating as I am still a little confused. In your Info it states But we are told to calibrate to prints, which makes perfect sense, as you want to be sure that the prints you are ordering are going to look like what is on your screen but in a photography group I am in, people keep saying they 'calibrate their screen' but don't match to prints so I'm confused. Someone posted a pic today and to me, it is obviously too green, even viewing on different devices. She insists she calibrates to 'world standard'. I don't even know what that means. Can you enlighten me? Please 😀
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