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Fog over the graveyard.
Posted By: c.r.brown, 10-15-2009, 07:58 PM



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Spooky but lighting worked against your favour here.
Foreground is far too dark with essential detail being lost.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Ash Quote
Spooky but lighting worked against your favour here.
Foreground is far too dark with essential detail being lost.
You may be right about it being dark I have my system at home set up for 1.8 gamma but I am viewing this now on a 2.2 gamma machine at my workplace.

Although 'essential' for this photo could be debated as it doesnt really matter for the foreground and I did intentionally darken it for that reason but it may be too dark.

I'll have to recalibrate at home.
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I like it. I like pictures in the fog when done well.

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After much research I had apparently imported the photo into Photoshop for Noise Ninja and 'saved for web' which had the embed color profiles option turned off. I also switched from my monitor specific ICC profile to sRGB 2.1 which seemed to help with consistency.

I've also found out that Firefox 3.5 does not have Color Profile support on by default. you have to install this AddOn to do so.


Here is more info.


Also: IE7,8 don't have Color profile support at all. Safari has it built in.

Basically if you look at this image and the morotcycle is green you are seeing the color profile attached to the image, if it's blue then any color profile embedded is being ignored and if it's red you're probably running vista.


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I've also edited my original picture for one with a color profile attached and a bit lighter than before.
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I thought Ducati's were supposed to be red

I think the foreground is still a little too dark for my taste.
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