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How do I force Adobe Camera Raw to use monitor color profile ? You probably can't without some serious hacking, but device profiles should not be used for editing anyways. If you insist on converting the image to device profile, use ProPhoto RGB and do Convert to Profile (specifying the device profile) later in PS. I shoot in RAW. sRGB is set on ...


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I've been using a Wacom tablet since 2000, or slightly earlier. Photoshop has settings for what to do with pressure: more opaque, or larger brush. There used to be two checkboxes, now it's more complicated. Set a white background and a red or blue FG color and draw. Use the pen and see how pressure affects the stroke. When editing a mask, such as a mask ...


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The single most obvious way to get comfortable is to use it! It's a bit like learning to use chopsticks by picking up shelled peanuts... tricky practice makes perfect. As a point of historical interest, the reason that Microsoft released Solitaire and Minesweeper with Windows was to teach using a mouse. So, you can still find these games, or variants, on ...


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Do you still have the original negatives available? These will have more detail than the scans of prints, and can be rescanned at much higher bitdepth, possibly allowing you to edit them more completely.


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It looks like you might have saved the JPEG with an AdobeRGB color profile, and the image viewer on the phone is ignoring this and assuming sRGB. You might want to check that, and save images as sRGB unless you have a good reason not to.


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You need to use the adobe dng converter (most recent version, currently 9.1). When convert your raw-pictures make sure to select the right DNG format to convert to: On the start screen "select "change preferences". Then set compatibility to "camera RAW 2.4 and later". It will produce .dng files that can be opened by Photoshop CS2.


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A very easy trick: just crop it in another tab and move it back (screenshot here).


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There is some haze in the picture. The steps I would follow are these: Photoshop CC 2015 has a dehaze function that could remove it. Then I would correct the color balance and remove some magenta and some Yellow. Increase saturation boost blacks and whites a little bit. you can do all this also using the latest version of Lightroom, (also has the new ...


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The issue I would describe with it is "color cast", likely caused by the slide that was scanned. There are many ways to try and remove color cast. I usually use Nik Color Efex 4, but I am sure there are some free options out there as well. If you have photoshop, this is a good tutorial: ...


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Photoshop and Lightroom do work hand in hand together. Lightroom is easier to master compared to Photoshop, as Photoshop has many more tools and functions. But both software tools serve different purposes. So you need both


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HUE relates to the colour at the edge of the Colour Wheel - there are no limit/s - imagine an ant walking around the edge of a clock face it will eventually come back to where it started walking SATURATION relates to the percentage of the number of photons of a particular frequency/HUE, or combination of frequencies/hues, in a specific area - the limits ...


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According to Adobe's Camera Raw Supported Cameras page, the A58 requires Camera Raw version 7.4 According to their Compatible Adobe applications page, CS5 only supports ACR plugin version 6 (6.0-6.7). Are you using CS6? If so, should be able to update camera raw as high as version 8.71, according to that page.



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