Stop screwing around. Calibrate. Ask Canon.
I try my best to be polite and patient. Several participants here have been sufficiently thoughtful and considerate to offer me the benefit of their advice. For the most part, I have tried my best to take that advice, and am slowly learning as I go about the process.
Stop screwing around. If I was one of the other posters, I would be insulted that you would characterize their advice, which I have been following, as screwing around.
Calibrate. I have already said that I plan to try and do that.
Ask Canon. You mean Don't Ask Adobe?....
I guess by the tone of your posts that you are very upset that I am somehow wasting your time. Sorry. It is not my intention to do that. I can only offer some advice of my own... Please don't read this thread if it wastes your time. And don't waste your time further by posting unhelpful messages.
You guess wrong. This thread would have been way shorter if you had known that you must have a calibrated monitor before making any judgments about color, and if you had contacted Canon tech support about their software but not received a satisfactory answer. Then the experts here, who are not Adobe but users, could have made some sense of this.
PLAN to do that? If you don't do it you are wasting your own time. Without calibration, you can certainly give your images the coke machine treatment so that they look right to you, but maybe not to anyone else.
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