I’m using Xrite with some clear benefits.
OTT, calibration is probably the most useful when you actually print your
stuff, else everyone else ’s monitor (read set-up) will be at variance with
each others‘ …
> Le 17 juil. 2021 à 17:17, Wayne Shumaker <om3ti@xxxxxxxx> a écrit :
> I know I don't have my monitors correctly setup.
> There is a website to help you adjust your monitor.
> There is also the standard control panel basic calibration.
> But I'm at a loss getting things correct. If I set the monitor up to match
> gamma and contrast the monitor feels very bright to me and my eyes. I'm
> curious how others handle their monitor settings.
> I have U2717D monitor and Nvidia graphics card. The Nvidia comes with a
> control panel allowing adjustment to the brightness, contrast, gamma and can
> be adjusted for individual color as well. The monitor has a number of
> presets. I typically use Paper preset when programming as it seems easier on
> my eyes, but renders photos a bit too dim. One of the reasons I see Moose's
> images as a bit dark, which is not true if I use standard mode. if I use
> standard mode, white paged websites are blinding.
> One can set some things via control panel, the Nvidia control panel, and the
> monitor itself.
> Can a color calibrator get the gamma, contrast, etc correct?
> Is it worth getting a color calibrator?
> What monitor and setup do you use?
> Does using Cleartype setting in windoes affect photos?
> I know we can all argue about the subtle qualities of color, but variation in
> monitor settings seems to out way anything else. I'm at a loss how to get
> things best for photos?
> Need Help - WayneS
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