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  1. Hello all... I've a query.. What displayed on the (Nikon D5500) camera display looks bit different when viewed on the Acer laptop screen, again when the same laptop is connected via HDMI to Sony Bravia television for editing.. that comes up with different Contrast, vividity and color temperature... After editing keeping television quality as base... The same looks different on different screen... It looks different in Motorola and then in iPhone... And definitely it's going to be different again when it gets printed.. The Question is this how you guys tackle this situation and what you guys make the base.. How to calibrate the display of my laptop so as to give the actual colors and it's effects... PS : of the television display modes... I keep that at "Photo Standard" and not vivid or something like that...
  2. Hey, I'm a newbie here so please don't hate if i'm writing something obvious. I just noticed, that after I upload images on shutterstock they get this weird green color cast und are a bit desaturated in comparison to the original. I also noticed, that the contrast (the blacks are crushed a bit) becomes stronger. But the main issue is still the color cast. Does anyone have a similar problem, or does somebody know how to fix this, or why it happenes? Its just that this really bums me out, because my images look good and have the right WB when I upload them but then I look into my active images and some of them look very bad. I really hope that someone can help me with this. I would really appreciate it.
  3. Hi! This is new to me. I've never asked for feedback or never gotten any real advise. So what do you think of this picture? I aimed to darken the forest, but bring out the part where light hits the snow and tree. I added an Orton effect, made the highlights warmer, the shadows cooler and lifted the blacks a bit. Is this a good photo for Shutterstock or not? Would people buy this? (Also it would be extremely appreciated if someone would take a real quick look at my gallery and shared their opinion... if I'm on the right track. I started with photography in august 2016.)
  4. What do you think about this picture? can be a good stock? Thanks for comments.
  5. Egor Chernyakov

    contrasted

    From the album: Nature

    © Chernyakov Egor

  6. What do you think about this image? Could I've done more with the composition?

    © Myself

  7. I've only recently started uploading footage here and I didn't understand why all of the things I uploaded isolated on 255 white came out as a nasty grey instead. They show as perfect white in the thumbnail preview and for a second before loading but once playback starts at the larger size the 255 becomes a 235 grey. After looking at other videos and finding that all of them were much darker at large size than in the preview I assumed it was an over the top watermark as other sites use. However when I looked in Chrome and Internet Explorer rather than my usual Firefox there is no such issue. I have tried disabling every addon I have as I assumed that adblock, flashblock or my video downloader plugin were probably the reason. However this has made no difference and the footage continues to play darker than it should.
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