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Damien Symonds

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  1. Also, may I see a picture of your reading list? Per this step?
  2. Did you choose 80 as the brightness target?
  3. https://ask.damiensymonds.net/topic/36356-i1studio-pc06/
  4. Hi @Suri T I tagged you on a slide in the instructions, with a question. Were you notified about it?
  5. https://www.damiensymonds.net/levels-eyedropper/
  6. Nah, don't worry about cloning. Just use this Levels layer: R 110/1.00/255 G 75/1.00/255 B 60/1.00/255
  7. Ok, now that you've found those buttons, go ahead and calibrate again.
  8. Can you find me a link to the user manual of your screen? Are you sure your light is ok? https://www.damiensymonds.net/2012/01/light-around-your-computer.html
  9. Hi @Suri T, just to check, were you following my exact directions here? https://www.damiensymonds.net/calibration-instructions/
  10. Hi @Victoria Knight which calibrator do you have?
  11. I can't discuss class matters outside of class; and the colour of your photo is definitely a Raw Class issue.
  12. I'm not quite sure what you're asking; but if you're seeing reassurance about the brightness, I'd say it looks good.
  13. Ok, first apply this Channel Mixer layer to all of them. R +100, 0, 0, 0 G +87, 0, 0, -6 B +80, 0, 0, -9 (Make sure you get those numbers in EXACTLY the right order.) Then use the Handyman Method to fix whatever problems are left.
  14. Right, that's where we start. Go ahead and recalibrate following the troubleshooting part of my instructions. It's only necessary for photos with very vivid colours. Assuming you followed my print guidelines, you aren't using any photos with very vivid colours. So the answer is, don't use soft-proofing at this stage.
  15. Gosh, it looks fantastic from here!
  16. The Patch Tool looks like this:
  17. The Channel Mixer layer turns it to grey. The blurring was done with the patch tool.
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