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I noticed the photo color in the PDF slide show is not the same as the original photo - not as good. Does anyone know how to fix or adjust it? Thanks Stephen...

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    I noticed the photo color in the PDF slide show is not the same as the original photo - not as good.
    Does anyone know how to fix or adjust it?

    Thanks

    Stephen
    stephen Law Guest

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    I Noticed the photo color in the PDF slide show is not the same as the original photos.
    Anyone know how to fix/adjust this?

    Thanks
    stephen Law Guest

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    Sorry everyone - I posted this question twice!!

    Stephen
    stephen Law Guest

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    Can anyone help on this topic?

    Stephen
    stephen Law Guest

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    Stephen,

    Sorry, I can't, I have never used it. It seems that no one is around this evening. You might try a search on this forum as I know this topic has come up before. Perhaps someone will drop in or at least in the morning.
    Nancy S Guest

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    Stephen, are you noticing this variation in color when the slide show is displayed on your monitor or on someone else's? When images are printed?

    Another wild thought: When images are displayed in Elements, you're viewing through a color managed application. PDF is not. Might we be coming back to that issue again?
    Beth Haney Guest

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    Beth, I think you're right about the color management. I've noticed that
    there were subtle differences in the color/brightness of the images I viewed
    in Elements and the same ones in a slide show and also with IrfanView (a
    third-party image viewer). I guess I'm 'fessing up' to not having done a
    great job on running Adobe Gamma. I've tried...honest...

    :-)

    Chuck


    Chuck Snyder Guest

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    Well I'm glad to hear you're human, Chuck. :) What I see versus what I get is so very, very close on this monitor of mine that I've been afraid to mess with it. Kinda like "if it ain't broke, don't fix it." The biggest variation I've ever gotten between screen and printer has been the result of different papers, and I think I've got that pretty well taken care of. I've made some adjustments in the printer settings for a couple of different kinds of paper, saved the settings, and I just pick the one I want to use. Cheating, huh?
    Beth Haney Guest

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    Beth,
    I noticed the PDF color variation when I was viewing it on my monitor, and also in my office's monitor.
    I am new to PE2 and haven't spent a lot of time in it.

    Stephen
    stephen Law Guest

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