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Yes. This is called colour proofing. First, make sure you have colour management enabled, that is, the image has a colur profile assigned (check in Edit −> Assign Profile), and generally the colour seetings are set as required (Edit −> Color Settings and the display profile in your OS). Thus, you ensure that the image is correctly displayed on your ...


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There is an imagemagick section to Stackoverflow and any follow up should go as a new question there? magick "E:\Pictures\input" -write mpr:image +delete ^ ( mpr:image -thumbnail x480 -write "E:\Pictures\480_wide.jpg" ) ^ ( mpr:image -thumbnail x250 -write "E:\Pictures\250_wide.jpg" ) ^ ( mpr:image -thumbnail x100 -write "E:...


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The problem is in the image itself: It is a jpeg (RAW would give us better editing options) which is already noisy and not evenly lit (you can see that the brightness differs throughout the image). These problems are likely to become even more obvious when editing. Here is what I could come up with: It is far from being perfect, but I think that it looks ...


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Depending on your selected Camera Raw default settings, you may need to insure that none of them are set to "auto" anything. Especially insure that it is not set to automatically override the white balance selected in-camera. Noise reduction and sharpening settings can also affect the perception of contrast and even color. Again, be sure they're ...


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Same as anything else +/- based in Photoshop, if + is default, then hold Opt ⌥ or Win Alt ⌥ to swap to — For any selection method, Lasso, Marquee etc., if there's no default as there is in Select and Mask then Shift ⇧ will add, Opt ⌥ will subtract.


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I don't see any real issue with your process; except that the third step is redundant and destructive. Try turning on your color space warnings in PS's color setting preferences and then opening one of your exported images... see if PS throws a color space warning telling you that the image is in sRGB or not. If it does throw the warning (it should) then you ...


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