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post #16 of (permalink) Old 11-30-2009, 07:44 PM
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Hi Vern,

Awesome book. Regarding the dark pics. Don't know if you ever calibrated your monitor. Have a look at http://www.jasc.com/support/kb/articles/monitor.asp and see if you want have changed anything to "pass" that test. You might find that your monitor it set a bit to dark

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Hey Bas, had a look at your blog and it looks like we share the same "motherland" and even moved around the same time. Will read more about your adventures but if interested in mine check out www.canada4u.nl

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Very, very nice Vern. I was travelling overseas when I saw this posting but I couldn't open your book for some reason over there and now that I'm back home I got a chance to check it out. Beautiful
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Hi Vern,

Awesome book. Regarding the dark pics. Don't know if you ever calibrated your monitor. Have a look at http://www.jasc.com/support/kb/articles/monitor.asp and see if you want have changed anything to "pass" that test. You might find that your monitor it set a bit to dark

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Thanks Bas, Yes my monitor is regularly calibrated but that's a good thing to remember. Without a calibrated monitor and printer (i.e. print profiles) it's a bit of a crap shoot how your prints will turn out! That's why I love vistek in Calgary. They offer printer profiles for their printers which you can use with Adobe Photoshop to make sure you get the output you expect.

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