>first post< Hey, let's start with 2 questions ;-)

Discussion in 'Photoshop Tutorials' started by Tiemen Rapati, Jul 11, 2004.

  1. Hi all!

    I've found two newsgroups that appealed to me as being useful to help me
    extend my knowledge of Photoshop. This one, and one called
    alt.graphics.photoshop. Well, for now I believe this one will succesfully
    end my search for a good photoshop newsgroup, as it's seems you guys are
    frequently posting, but it's not going too fast. And I see all neat PS
    related questions , without arguments being fought off topic and many full
    names. Do you guys have any rules that are to be followed?

    Oh. and let's just shoot my PS. question:

    Ever since I installed Photoshop CS and Adobe Gamma I have a distinct
    difference in gamma between the jpeg's opened in photoshop and ones viewed
    through the Windows Picture and Fax Viewer and I believe Internet Explorer.
    Obviously this bothers me, as I am unable to create the right contrast for
    web-work.
    I can't verify if the printing output is correct, but for now I'm assuming
    the web-work contrast has the problem.
    How can I solve this differing contrast?

    Thanks in advance,
    regards

    Tiemen Rapati
     
    Tiemen Rapati, Jul 11, 2004
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  2. Ehh.. Why is Outlook Express shouting I should remove
    "comp.graphics.apps.photoshop" from the Newsgroup line? It says I'm not
    allowed to make new posts. When I click OK and try to send I do see it
    appear here. Strange.
     
    Tiemen Rapati, Jul 11, 2004
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    Hecate Guest

    You'll find a lot of the people who post there, post here, but that
    there are a lot more posts in the alt group. Yes, you get the
    occasional flame session, but you also get a lot more info. :)
    I answered this in the alt.group. Same answer: Colour management.
     
    Hecate, Jul 12, 2004
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  4. Yep. I've gotten the croos posting thing explained now :)
    Won't happen again.
     
    Tiemen Rapati, Jul 12, 2004
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    Tacit Guest

    Ever since I installed Photoshop CS and Adobe Gamma I have a distinct
    Yes, that is correct.

    Photoshop uses color management to adjust for the image's profile, your exact
    brand of monitor, and so on. Other programs do not.

    In order to see a Photoshop image the same way that it will look in Explorer,
    use View->Proof Setup->Monitor RGB, or turn off Photoshop's color management
    completely.
     
    Tacit, Jul 12, 2004
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    TooSano Guest

    I hope you're a nicer guy than you appear to be in the other newsgroup.
     
    TooSano, Jul 12, 2004
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  7. Tiemen Rapati

    TooSano Guest

    Ah dude, my bad. I see someone is copying your id over there.
    Sorry, I'm so done with the other group!
     
    TooSano, Jul 13, 2004
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  8. Yes. Life is made very difficult there.

     
    Tiemen Rapati, Jul 13, 2004
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