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Damien Symonds

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  • Main editing computer
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    Photoshop
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    X-Rite
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  1. You assume correctly. But if you're shooting plenty loose, and there's no chance of losing anything important, you can still use it.
  2. Sorry, I haven't kept files back this far.
  3. Hi @Sara dubois, I've moved your question into Brian's area, because he's much more wise about these matters.
  4. Hi @georgedave, You're right, monitors are usually at fault. Which Spyder did you get? Yes, definitely. You want your screen to match your dark prints, so that you'll KNOW how dark they are, and won't edit them so dark again. I hope this makes sense. Can you elaborate on this? Where does your gamma show as 2.5?
  5. Yes. There's some discussion about this at the end of the Bridge Class.
  6. As soon as you've finished the Bridge Class, the Raw Class is the next one to take.
  7. Those days are gone. From now on, you do all your editing by yourself, with my guidance.
  8. This is definitely not true, I'm pleased to say. Your photos are great. Edit them properly, then give the full-resolution jpeg files to the client, and they'll be able to print them as big as a factory wall if they like.
  9. https://www.damiensymonds.net/2011/02/selling-digital-images.html
  10. That's because you sent them those stupid tiny jpeg files!
  11. You did it! And I'm very pleased to say the focus is PERFECT ❤️ ❤️ ❤️ ❤️ ❤️ If all your photos are like this, you're a champion. Nothing to worry about.
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