etc. It's really easy, so here it is.
There are two stages to the process - firstly, getting the before and after on top of each other, and secondly, rearranging them side by side.
I don't want to be in other people's showers. I don't know how to operate them. You can never get the ratios right on the dials. Sometimes a 16th of an inch is a thousand degrees.Well, Facebook's compression is to noise what that shower tap is to water temperature. As long as you upload a completely noise-free image to Facebook, the resultant quality is good - remarkably good, in fact. But if there's even a little bit of noise, it goes CRAZY! It gets exaggerated out of all proportion.
Presumably, X-Rite will eventually issue updates to the software which will address all these problems. I hope they don't take too long.