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  1. rmphoto

    rmphoto TPF Noob!

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    hello. im new here. just testing things out.

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    just a random one. it may look too light on your monitor.
     
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    You blame MY monitor! How dare you!

    Haha just kidding, but yea it's bright. Reminds me of the Nissan Micra advertisements with the scary blue lips.
     
  3. rmphoto

    rmphoto TPF Noob!

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    ya i dont understand that.

    on my computer it looks fine. but on everyone elses its whitish...

    i dont know why
     
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    yeah, it's a little bright here too... oh well!
     
  5. rmphoto

    rmphoto TPF Noob!

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    can one of you do me a favor?
    can someone adjust the brightness level of that photo to what looks normal, then i can see it and adjust my monitor acordingly?

    preettty please?
     
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    A quick shot at it.

    Dark
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    Darker
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    No darkest :lol: :lol:
     
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    Try wyziwyb to calibrate your monitor; worked great on mine, images are much nicer now.
     
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    The original was pretty bright, but the edits look good.
     
  9. rmphoto

    rmphoto TPF Noob!

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    hey thanks picksure.

    i adjusted the gamma on my comp to make your edits look normal to me.
    now my original looks bright. i see what you see now :)

    now that thats figured out...
    what do you guys think of this shot? dont hold back cus im new... tell me what you think.

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  10. jadin

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    Gah! Adjust for Darker, it looks much better than dark! :D

    Dunno, I like it, but I wish the trees weren't there. And the two light "blobs" on the right side don't help it either.
     

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