The problem with the gradient in the shadows on the laptop

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    Daniel Trejo (@daniel-5)
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    Hi!

    Sometimes there is such a problem. How to avoid it? What am I doing wrong?

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    #15670

    Florian Höch (@fhoech)
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    Hi,

    what is your operating system, the image viewer you use and your measurement instrument?

    #15671

    Daniel Trejo (@daniel-5)
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    Win 10. Photoshop CC 2015. i1Display pro + matrix corriction (i1pro)

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    Daniel Trejo (@daniel-5)
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    #15675

    Daniel Trejo (@daniel-5)
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    Hi,

    what is your operating system, the image viewer you use and your measurement instrument?

    Screenshot of on-screen proofing. The perceptual mode

    #15676

    Florian Höch (@fhoech)
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    Native contrast and gamut of this monitor seems quite low (234:1, 58% sRGB). Especially the very small gamut makes this monitor not suitable for color critical work. That said, something is off in the profile. Please try the attached.

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    #15679

    Daniel Trejo (@daniel-5)
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    Thank you! Helped. Most likely it is because of the power saving in intel graphics.

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