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rra79mx
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Diferent contrast when processing the image

by rra79mx » Wed May 23, 2012 2:12 am

Hi,

I'm receiving a different result (contrast and exposure) when I process the image after reviewing it in the plug-in window. In the preview looks great but in the final image looks too dark.

Any one else with the same situation?


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Rodrigo
Photoshop CS5.1 Mac OS X 10.7.4 3.1 Ghz i5 16GB RAM



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by klausesser » Wed May 23, 2012 3:42 pm

rra79mx wrote:Hi,

I'm receiving a different result (contrast and exposure) when I process the image after reviewing it in the plug-in window. In the preview looks great but in the final image looks too dark.

Any one else with the same situation?


Best,

Rodrigo
Photoshop CS5.1 Mac OS X 10.7.4 3.1 Ghz i5 16GB RAM

Hi Rodrigo!

I don´t think it´s too dark! It depends a lot on your display resp. your settings. Did you use ColorSync? Did you calibrate your setup?
Don´t forget: the preview is just a preview - it´s not rendered completely. For that reason differeces are inavoidable.

If it´s really too dark for you: pull up the shadows a little (!) bit.

best, Klaus
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by rra79mx » Tue May 29, 2012 6:00 pm

Thanks for the response, let me try on the shadows.
Best,

Rodrigo


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