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Agreed. Trim needs to be very subtle gray.
Agreed. That is why we picked a subtle gray color :) why it isnt translating, not sure. Oh well. It looks gray-ish in person
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Agreed. That is why we picked a subtle gray color :) why it isnt translating, not sure. Oh well. It looks gray-ish in person View attachment 1543162
You need a white balance card...
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Phones can really struggle with getting the balance right when the pictures just a bunch of gray and white, especially when you've got a mix of different temp artificial lights and daylight. Having that window light coming through the shot is probably messing everything up.

Might actually do better if you took a photo of a person (since the software tends to recognize the skin tones and balance around that) with the wall in the background and then cropped it to show the wall.

But that's probably too much work to share your paint with a bunch of internet assholes who are just going to judge you for it.
 

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You need a white balance card...
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Phones can really struggle with getting the balance right when the pictures just a bunch of gray and white, especially when you've got a mix of different temp artificial lights and daylight. Having that window light coming through the shot is probably messing everything up.

Might actually do better if you took a photo of a person (since the software tends to recognize the skin tones and balance around that) with the wall in the background and then cropped it to show the wall.

But that's probably too much work to share your paint with a bunch of internet assholes who are just going to judge you for it.
otc fucking delivers.
 

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You need a white balance card...


But that's probably too much work to share your paint with a bunch of internet assholes who are just going to judge you for it.
This might genuinely be the most intelligent thing I have ever read on this forum
 

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Maybe this place is more up your alley:
Not gonna lie, that looks like a great summer house. And it is only 3 hours away...
 

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I can't see it because I have a FB blocker. :(
Its a shack on an island in a small lake--only accessible by boat:
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I mean it is kinda cool, but it does not look to be in great condition...and who sells a house on facebook?

For a little more money, you could have this much better looking place on the same island:
 

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