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Constant on screen levels


nikon e2
11 118 1 England
23 Dec 2005 9:22AM
Started having problems with submitted images changing levels.Put an image up today and it looked o.k. Checked a few hours later and the levels had gone way down to almost blacked out.Took the image down and re adjusted levels in comparison to other submissions and resubmitted, but site would not allow it up until tomorrow.
Has anyone had experience of level changes happening and if so clues required to solve the problem, which has only started over the past couple of days.

Dave.

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UserRemoved 10 4.2k
23 Dec 2005 9:45AM
2 things come immediately to mind

1. your monitor is knackered
2. you put your sunglasses on the second time
3. it w...

3 things come immediately to mind
1. your monitor is knackered
2. you put your sunglasses on the second time
3. it was dark the 2nd time you looked
4. you...

4 things come immediately to mind
1. your monitor is knackered
2. you put your sunglasses on the second time
3. it was dark the 2nd time you looked
4. you arent on the level Wink
Boyd e2
11 11.2k 11 Wales
23 Dec 2005 9:49AM
Are your images in the sRGB gamut before you upload them? If, say, your image is in adobe RGB and you submit it as is, you may notice differences in colour and/or brightness levels.
croberts e2
10 2.2k 8 Ireland
23 Dec 2005 9:49AM
its the little people. they're bas***ds. I saw it in a movie, once. You need to put your coat on inside out, to screw up their plans.
wotashot e2
11 2.2k
23 Dec 2005 10:00AM
That was a poor effort at a python sketch joe...Must Try Harder

Paddy
nikon e2
11 118 1 England
23 Dec 2005 11:14PM
Having just returned home from a grueling nightshift I check for responses and get the following, Boyd thanks for the tip re RGB vs sRGB will give it a try. Joe you've been at the cooking sherry again,time to call it a day perhaps.Chris seems to be on some strange substance as he is in sinc with your thought processes Joe, still it is Christmas a time for good will to all men. May I take this opportunity while you are still concious to wish you and your families a merry Christmas, and good fortune in the new year.

Dave.

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