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Calibrating a new computer monitor


LisaRose 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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dickiedriver 8 212 United Kingdom
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
dickiedriver 8 212 United Kingdom
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 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 8 172 4 United States
23 Feb 2007 4:02AM
Thank You!

Lisa

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