Monday, June 7, 2010

photography - Monitor Calibration Workflow 2


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Workflow

Monitor Calibration
The second method and preferred, is a monitor spyder calibration system. This is by far the best way to achieve maximum results from your workflow. A spyder reads the phosphors in your monitor and adjusts it with great precision and accuracy. A must have for any serious photographer.
You simply load the spyder software onto your harddrive and follow the instructions. This usually consists of sticking the spyder onto your monitor and having the spyder software read your values. 
You simply load the spyder software onto your harddrive and follow the instructions. This usually consists of sticking the spyder onto your monitor and having the spyder software read your values.  
It is recommended to get a monitor that allows you to adjust the RGB values in the OSD!

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