[QUOTE=Michael;7873]A few follow-up questions: 1.) where / how did you get the “1-63” target that is shown in the “Calibration! Do I Need It…” posting on piezography.com? [/QUOTE]
You should be able to download it from the page. Right click and save as. This link may be easier:
[QUOTE=Michael;7873]2.) Did you just the save the image (which is an 8 bit .jpeg)? [/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=Michael;7873]3.) And when you opened it in PS CC did you leave the color space alone, i.e., “leave as if, don’t color manage”? [/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=Michael;7873]4.) And lastly what color space are you using in PS CC: Adobe RGB 1998 or ProPhoto RGB? [/QUOTE]
I’m using sRGB as my default. I just compared assigning sRGB and then AdobeRGB and while AdobeRGB makes the image look a little darker, it doesn’t change how far down I can read the text. (I can read 5 without much difficulty, I can see 2 if I zoom in a bit, although 1 remains a struggle unless I zoom in a lot and peer carefully.) AdobeRGB has a gamma of 2.2, and so is in effect an RGB version of GG2.2, so that’s what I work in when I have an image in RGB mode, given that piezography is based around GG2.2.