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Photos that spontaneously change

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Have a look here too:

or some similar site/images where you can check your monitor settings

This Sophie Marceau from your post is more reddish than the one below: (click thumbnail for large)

Photos that spontaneously change

and the one from (click thumbnail for large)

Photos that spontaneously change

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But I don't think it is the photo itself that is different, (if anyone can understand what I mean), but the virtual make-up on the girl's chins. Two editions of the same photo.

In the forum here, the face looks well balanced on my monitor (with brightness relatively low on monitor settings).
-tomos (February 14, 2014, 06:26 AM)
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Looks perfectly fine here to me as well.
-Stoic Joker (February 14, 2014, 06:49 AM)
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Same here.

May I suggest that when you have the above image on your monitor showing the red shift, that you take a photo of your monitor and post it here so that we can see the problem?

Preferably with the image on a black background.

Maybe you should try looking at the picture on a different computer & see if it still looks reddish to you because it looks fine to me.


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