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Very difficult to say anything, because we do not know what you are about to share. Something I would like to know is what to do to make sure the image print in the colours and tones that you see on the screen (in Photoshop)
Greg, thanks. I read through week 4 again and watched the videos. Very well done. It is so clear, that even I can understand. Thanks for expanding my vision and my mind.<br />I agree with the changes you suggest and looking forward to week 5. You would not imagine hou many lights you've switc...
Julie, are you using the same program to look at both, or are you looking ie. in Photoshop for psd and windows viewer for jpg. That can make a difference. Also, are both in sRGB or Adobe RGB or is there a difference. Just what I can think of now.
According to Trey Ratcliff, the best is to set the correct whitebalance in camera when shooting, even when in RAW. I always thought RAW was a digital negative without any camera adjustment effects, but I was wrong.