Screen calibration

This is a discussion on Screen calibration within the Post-Processing forums, part of the Photography Tips category; One of the problems with sharing images online (and even selling them) is what looks good to you might look horrible to others. Without PRINTED ...


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    One of the problems with sharing images online (and even selling them) is what looks good to you might look horrible to others. Without PRINTED color calibration cards or a professional calibration kit it's really difficult to be sure the colors you see are correct.

    Mostly, you can't correct your color space using web forums or other online resources, but, you can use online tools to adjust brightness / contrast. A lot of differences between what you see and what I see is because of differences in brightness / contrast, not in the actually colors. This chart, along with the instructions will help us all to see mostly the same thing. I encourage you to give it a try.

    The calibration chart and instructions can be found at Adoniram's pageon devaintart.com. Maybe this will help
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