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In some applications, tone characteristics and the color of the image are not displayed correctly causing low tones to appear lost.

 

A.

This phenomenon may be solved by changing the profile policy of ColorNavigator or the application's settings.
 

-If the application has Rendering Intent settings (e.g.:Photoshop (Adobe))

Choose "Perceptual" or "Relative" and uncheck "Black Point Compensation" in the pull-down menu under Rendering Intent.
 

​-If the application does not have Rendering Intent settings (e.g. Preview (Mac), Phocus (Hasselblad))

Uncheck "Reflect black level in tone curve" in the profile policy setting menu.

 

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