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Thanks to everyone for your answers. I found out a solution (not sure if its the proper way but it works). After experimenting a lot in photoshop I found that when I let the default profile to stay for an image instead of assigning the calibrated profile , Switch on the Proof Colors and set the proof setup to Monitor RGB and export the image.... The ...


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It looks like your viewer (FastStone) is not applying the colour management (CM), either because it's not set up to, or because it's doing it incorrectly. Photoshop (PS) is fairly reliable in terms of CM, so we can use it as a benchmark, but let's rule out some remaining possibilities (considering your PS Color Settings, which are basically correct1): You (...


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Have you set up color management in FastStone? (F12 > CSM tab > Enable CMS). Many programs are partially color managed in that they read/honor the color space profile of the image, but they do not apply the monitor profile. This is because bad monitor profiles are not uncommon; whereas all monitors are reasonably sRGB compatible (PS does apply the ...


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There are some misconceptions or/and missing steps. To making simple, there are three steps to follow when doing color calibration Laptop: create an ICC profile as you did, named 26-11-2021 Nightlight Application: define this profile as default at the application workspace. This steps is for new files, not for files coming with their own profiles. As I can ...


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With Gimp: Add one or more (up to 4) "Sample points" (Ctr-Shift-drag from a ruler) where you have a neutral color (in you case, the paper that we will assume to be white) Make the "Sample points" dialog show (Windows > Dockable dialog > Sample points) Colors > Color temperature and change the "Intended temperature" ...


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You have two problems when taking photos like this and allowing the camera to automatically choose the settings for white balance and exposure. They're both related to the same basic assumption cameras make when set to "Auto" everything: Unless told otherwise, a camera will assume that the predominant thing in the scene is a neutral color of medium ...


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What you need is correction of white balance. In your case probably you take JPG photo and it is not so easy and in many cases not so successful (to change white balance). You can try with GIMP (this menu). Here also is another tutorial for GIMP. Also you ca try (if you phone support it) to take photo in (kind of) manual mode where you adjust it (in Android ...


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8bit is capable of reproducing nearly 17 million colors, but a human is only capable of seeing/discerning approximately 11 million colors... 8 bit is not the limitation. Likewise, modern DSLR's/cameras have 14bit processors; but most of the time the camera is only generating around 8-10 bit data... even in optimal conditions most barely exceed 12bit in any ...


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You can use the 0..100 scale: This is a percentage with one decimal digit, so in high precision modes, it is mapped to 1000 different values, and therefore about 10 bits. To edit in 16-bit set the image to a high precision mode (Image > Precision). Technically, there is no point in using 16-bit precision in Gimp unless you are very RAM-constrained. The ...


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