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mjhach

Simcoe, CA
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mjhach Silver Member Nikonian since 17th Dec 2010
Thu 10-Jan-13 02:03 PM

When I view an edited image and the results are "poppy", when I click Softproof to a GLossy PHoto Paper, the results are reduced contrast and pop. So I have to tweak it extra in contrast and vibrance etc, so that it looks excessive in order to get the softproof looking decent and then the print comes out Good. I understand the stuff about the monitor is backlit and will be brighter than a light reflecting surface of a print, which will appear darker.

Is this the process that everyone is using????

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