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Great stego 2007-11-18 15:21

Hi Sebastien,
It's been a while... I am glad to see you back.
Usually I don't read other's critiques before I write my own, so I don't get biased, but I did it this time because I thought "I bet that some will mention the exposure problems". I wasn't wrong, but I agree totally with Gorge Polonaise.
Regards, Josť.

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Old 11-18-2007, 02:49 PM
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Default To stego: exposure problems

Yeah, I think I got problems with that... IM not sure what I'm posting right now since on my screen it seem not so bad. but then I look at it on an other screen I have, and OMG! the picture is so bad! So I don't trust in what I see. I heard that there is something called a Spyder that could help me. I'll try to find one and see what happened.

btw, thanks for the comments, it's always a pleasure

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Old 11-18-2007, 11:16 PM
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Actually I like it just like it appears. You must have a very good display, which is good for you, but at the same time you may be producing images that don't like that great on other displays. I have noticed it a lot of times on my own posts and other's. My desktop display tends to fatigue my eyes when it's well adjusted to show the TE calibration bar correctly, so I often lower the brilliance, which makes me producing dark images when I do PP and forget to readjust it correctly. On my wife's laptop I have the inverse problem: images rarely appear dark, so it's frequent that photos PP?ed with it tend to end up too bright.
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