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How do i reduce Over-saturation from a jewelery photograph?

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Old 11-01-19, 06:37
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Default How do i reduce Over-saturation from a jewelery photograph?

I have photographed a jewelery recently and i have noticed that several other previous photos have been having the same issue(i.e. over-saturating). What would you suggest me to do? Here's the Jewellery Photograph
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Old 11-01-19, 07:28
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Welcome to the forum.
There does appear to be a slight colour cast that adjusting 'levels' could cure and give you the image that you want.
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Old 20-01-19, 15:21
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I'm confident that Mikes monitor will be calibrated. However on my colour managed 27" Asus the colours look spot on. Have you calibrated your monitor?

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Attached is before and after levels adjustments (green and red). I wouldn't swear to it, but I think that levels is independent of monitor calibration.
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I have photographed a jewelery recently and i have noticed that several other previous photos have been having the same issue(i.e. over-saturating). What would you suggest me to do? Here's the Jewellery Photograph
Thanks in advance

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