Old 04-15-2011, 06:10 PM   #26
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Yea.....this has been covered before. I don't need to read anything, for your information. And my monitor has been calibrated. Ok...I nuked the sky a bit....big deal. Don't like it? Don't view it.

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I'm messing with you, Ben. Lighten up. Change that damn tampon. You know I like your work.

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Have you written one of those yet?

I actually read your other tutorial (about two weeks ago) and thought it was really good.
I considered a post processing tutorial to correct RP.net rejections and better describe them, but the steps people take to edit an image vary. There is no real correct way to correct the color, but instead, a variety of settings that achieve the same result.

Perhaps I'll consider doing one, when I have nothing better to do and feel like typing a lot.

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Old 04-15-2011, 06:56 PM   #27
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I'm messing with you, Ben. Lighten up. Change that damn tampon. You know I like your work.

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Old 04-15-2011, 09:09 PM   #28
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Yea.....this has been covered before. I don't need to read anything, for your information. And my monitor has been calibrated. Ok...I nuked the sky a bit....big deal. Don't like it? Don't view it.

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Well, the title of the post is "...what do you think?".
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Ha.. Be quiet, Max.

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