Noob with a Nikon

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  • Noob with a Nikon commented,

    and probably not that hard to implement. I assume it's quite difficult to implement, that's why they don't plan to do it. Just like with other very popular requests like "locked variants" or "nam...

  • Noob with a Nikon commented,

    Hi BeO, Well thanks for asking. I am a bit stuck with the complexity of the whole post processing/printing process at the moment. I bought some monitor calibration hardware (Datacolor Spider) and u...

  • Noob with a Nikon commented,

    Hi Jack-WSo you want the community to have a discussion concerning the rules of how things are being discussed? And you don't "want to impose them on us". I feel like there is some passive aggressi...

  • Noob with a Nikon commented,

    The hard proofs from the lab came back. What I noticed is that they are a bit too dark (as predicted), but also too warm. I assume this could mean that my monitor's calibration is a bit too cold (6...

  • Noob with a Nikon commented,

    Not sure what you mean with "use that profile in C1" but yes, you should set your monitor to a monitor profile which you have created with your calibration or profiling software. I use the Eizo "C...

  • Noob with a Nikon commented,

    BeO So what is the workflow regarding all those profiles? 1. I calibrate my monitor and use that profile in C1. 2. I use the lab's profile to soft proof and make some corrections. 3. What profile d...

  • Noob with a Nikon commented,

    Softproofing is not perfect but it gets you half way there, make hardproofs also (actual prints from your lab) maybe with crops to keep the costs down. I think you pointed out some valuable, prac...

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    Trying to understand soft proofing

    I asked a local print service to send me some ICC profiles for their paper / printer combo, and they did. Now I am using those ICC files to soft proof my images in C1 before I have them printed by ...

  • Noob with a Nikon commented,

    Ah yes, the many quirks of C1. >Have you tried zooming to 100% or more in order to better see what the selected point pixels look like?Yes, as you can see on the 1st screenshot. It's zoomed in to 2...

  • Noob with a Nikon created a post,

    Skin tone tool: selected color does not match

    I have been trying to use the skin tone tool to even out some colors. Oddly enough, when I use the color selection tool (the dropper), the color that is being selected does not correspond at all to...