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My interests: , reverse engineering, peer-to-peer networks. I'm mostly backend engineer.

Back in 2005 I created Morpheus, the most popular file sharing application in North America.

I also designed and built Dell Digital Delivery (similar to Steam for non-games) which is installed on every Dell PC world-wide.

How to contact me:

Message me using BitMessage at BM-GtHmX5eosond84ssijqp9apk1GUQn4Mu


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accepted Does “Proof Color” with “Monitor RGB” option in PS ensure that I see TRUE colors?
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comment Does “Proof Color” with “Monitor RGB” option in PS ensure that I see TRUE colors?
Colors that look on my monitor as close as possible to colors of photographed object in real life.
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revised Does “Proof Color” with “Monitor RGB” option in PS ensure that I see TRUE colors?
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comment How do I force Adobe Camera Raw to use monitor color profile?
It still doesn't answer my question. Sorry. Could you please take a look at this question? I narrowed it a little. photo.stackexchange.com/questions/25050/…
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asked Does “Proof Color” with “Monitor RGB” option in PS ensure that I see TRUE colors?
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comment How do I force Adobe Camera Raw to use monitor color profile?
(sigh..) I understand that. I don't print my photos. I just want to make sure that when I'm editing photo it will look the same everywhere. That's why I calibrated my monitor (and camera). But the problem is that ACR doesn't respect custom ICM of my monitor therefore visual representation of my photo in ACR has wrong colors. Do I understand it correctly? If yes what is the workaround for this issue?
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comment How do I force Adobe Camera Raw to use monitor color profile?
Makes sense. I don't mind using any color space. But how can I proof color in ACR ? My problem is that I cannot do color correction in ACR because it will look different in Photoshop after I open the file (with enabled Proof Color).
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comment How do I force Adobe Camera Raw to use monitor color profile?
I can't select custom ICM for my monitor in combo-box of ACR. There are only 4 profiles: sRGB, ProPhoto RGB, ColorMatch RGB and Adobe RGB.
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accepted What color profile is being used in PS when Proof Colors is OFF?
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