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the NY Mets first baseman gets jammed, but connects:
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love the intensity in pitchers:
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not good extension, but he hit it:
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thanks gale, I havent calibrated my monitor at home since firing up the new computer. Obviously it needs it. Will run adobe gamma for now. Looking into a calibration device as well. Perhaps Ron can recommend one for a hobbyist like me.
 
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Backdoctor said:
thanks gale, I havent calibrated my monitor at home since firing up the new computer. Obviously it needs it. Will run adobe gamma for now. Looking into a calibration device as well. Perhaps Ron can recommend one for a hobbyist like me.
I have the Gretag Macbeth; it works on scanners, CRTs and LCDs. Very pleased. It generates an icc file and makes it the default for your monitor.

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Rich Gibson said:
Backdoctor said:
thanks gale, I havent calibrated my monitor at home since firing up the new computer. Obviously it needs it. Will run adobe gamma for now. Looking into a calibration device as well. Perhaps Ron can recommend one for a hobbyist like me.
I have the Gretag Macbeth; it works on scanners, CRTs and LCDs. Very pleased. It generates an icc file and makes it the default for your monitor.

Rich
I have some software from Ron, but what is the hardware needed, and how much does it cost?
 
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Since my colors seem to have gone haywire, even with adobe, I have been using this on line calibrator and seems to be doing a great job so far.. You guys need to be the judge if my colors go haywire on me. But no one has mentioned it, even though I have asked a few times.

I just fire this up every morning and takes ten seconds. Although as long as you are on line it says you don't have to.

http://www.easyrgb.com/calibrate.php

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Gale
 
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Hi Frank,
It is suposed to change your monitor. It will stay as long as you are online. Orrrr you can load down the little free program.

I was having a horrible time with red. So out of desperation I tried it and it sure helped.

My monitor is going on 5 years now.

However, got a lens to pay off and some car repairs to take care of. So new monitor has to wait.

Cheers
Gale
 
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Your Welcome Dawg. Glad it may help you if you should need something like I did.

EEEEKKK photography.

lol

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Gale
 
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Good timing, Harris!

What sort of bursts are you shooting to get these? I was gonna take my boys to a spring training game, but they're all over with by the time we get down to Tampa on Apr 4th :cry:
 
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Re: Good timing, Harris!

Steve S said:
What sort of bursts are you shooting to get these? I was gonna take my boys to a spring training game, but they're all over with by the time we get down to Tampa on Apr 4th :cry:
shooting 8fps for 3-6 shots.
 
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