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Calibrating a new computer monitor


LisaRose e2
8 172 4 United States
20 Feb 2007 4:45PM
I just got a new computer monitor, and I am not sure what the best method is to calibrate it. When I looked back through my pf some of my photo's looked better than they did on my old one, but some looked to bright. So now I am not sure if the original pic was just to bright or if my monitor is.

Lisa

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20 Feb 2007 7:09PM
Lisa
Have you tried using the Adobe Gamma wizard in control panel this has always worked for me on my monitors to do a full calibration you would need calibration software etc have a look at [link=null]www.warehouseexpress.com[/link] and look at there range of colour management software they have the Spyder2Express calibrator and software for 60 plus I think 3.99 for P+P hope this helps

Richard
22 Feb 2007 11:16AM
Lisa the link will not work for some reason try www.warehouseexpress.com just copy and paste htis into your browser hope they have what you need


Richard
thewaiter e2
13 1.2k 9 England
22 Feb 2007 1:13PM
or just click on the shop icon found to the left hand side of this website.

Kevin
LisaRose e2
8 172 4 United States
23 Feb 2007 4:02AM
Thank You!

Lisa

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