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Mary Burgy

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About Mary Burgy

  • Birthday 04/09/1979

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  • Main editing computer
    PC laptop
  • Editing software
    Photoshop
  • Monitor Calibrator
    Spyder
  • Cameras, lenses and other photographic equipment
    Canon 6D, 70-200 2.8L, 50 Sigma Art, 35 Sigma Art, Canon 135L

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  1. Fbook is pulling this date... the date I created the jpeg.
  2. If I go in bridge, it looks like I can edit the capture time. However, it doesn't save.
  3. When I am editing in bulk, I save images this way. I want to be able to upload to facebook with their original date. In the past, I had no issues. Now, facebook sees the date as the date the jpeg was saved. Both the creation date and modification date is shown below on a jpeg. I am not sure if I changed something with the way I save files or if Fbook changed. I just can't individually change the date on every pic once they are uploaded. Suggestions?
  4. Figured it out..... somehow the airbrush tool was clicked and it made the keyboard adjust to flow. I don't even know what it is used for....but the icon to the far right was clicked.
  5. Normally, I use my keyboard numbers to reduce brush opacity. For some reason, it is changing the FLOW instead of opacity.
  6. I edit with the lights on..... but feel I need to stock up on lamps for this room. My friend was saying she took classes and you are not supposed to edit in a bright room but I thought you had told me otherwise. No worries, I edit this way but want to go even brighter. Enjoy your family time! I will try and leave you alone some.....
  7. Do you have it bright when you edit too or just when you compare prints
  8. Okay - I have a lamp on and windows open and I can go brighter with my screen. It is odd that you make a room so bright when peoples house's don't look this bright. What watt bulbs do you use.... I have a chandelier with 5 and I feel like I need to go get some higher power if this is what is needed.
  9. Not going to lie... I haven't been keeping up with calibration. I have called the company to discuss it too. I am going to dig up some older prints tomorrow when I bring the lamp down and see. I may also ask them to reprint a few to confirm.
  10. I haven't done much with anything over the last year due to Zach being gone and the broken foot. I just got a print order back and wasn't happy with how they looked. So I then went in freak out mode b/c I have sessions to deliver.
  11. I guess I will bring a lamp down here tomorrow to try and add to the light. I am beyond frustrated...... I can't really open the windows b/c they are behind my computer and it doesn't work well to see the prints that way either. I just know I edited a lot today and now my pics don't look like what I thought....
  12. that helped... but my prints are still darker/more dense. I am concerned about the brightness part. Do I have to be above 70? I feel I push it more than I should to get it there when I shouldn't during the calibration
  13. Standard.... is that the issue. Should I pick wide?
  14. My prints are darker and skin is red. I have tried multiple times and each time yet again with different results. One of the generic display profiles kind of matches (Display P3). I don't understand. I feel like the machine is worthless.
  15. Okay... I want to cry. I just got the Spyder X and I still can't make it look like my prints. I have no clue what I am producing lately and am embarassed. What am I doing wrong?
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