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comment How do you use Kodak Color Control Patches for photo color/tone restoration?
@Stan Does it say so anywhere and I missed it? I mean the 2 version (the one with patches vs without) look very different. Which one is correct for monitor viewing (I don't intend to print, but with properly calibrated monitor, I would've thought the differences would be minor).
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revised How do you use Kodak Color Control Patches for photo color/tone restoration?
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Dec
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comment How do you use Kodak Color Control Patches for photo color/tone restoration?
@Stan the patches do not look like they are part of the picture, but rather were added for the photo. So I was not hoping to restore the print to what it looked like when the artist created it, but that I could use them to remove whatever effect the camera/lighting added or took away. Is that possible (if yes, how)? That was the core of my original question.
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