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Digital Slide Shows: A Road Map for Success

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As more and more images are made digitally, whether directly from a camera or via scans, photographers, educators, and lecturers of all sorts are creating and displaying digital slide shows using a host of different projectors. It’s even becoming difficult to find slide projectors at some venues. Yet, many digital photographers are horrified the first time they project their images because they don’t look like they did on their monitors at home. Some have even made prints they are quite proud of, having mastered a color managed workflow. But when they go to project these files, they may appear contrasty, overexposed, or display marked color shifts (#1).
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How to Use The Histogram

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