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  • how to adjust the color of computer monitor ?

    by Chloehall | 8th of September, 2011

    I found the color of the same pic on my laptop and 2 desktop computers are all different and I had try to use Adobe gamma to adjust the monitors,But the software is not easy to be accuracy,Do you have other way to adjust monitor Thanks. See Article
  • An LCD monitor for photo processing

    by Faizanfaiz | 14th of April, 2011

    An LCD monitor for photo processing I have always been a die hard fan of CRT monitors from the very beginning when it comes to Graphic Designing, Video Editing and Photo post processing. In last 7-8 years I compared and tested color accuracy of CRTs and LCDs and every... More
  • Has DT Ever Given You a EUI

    by Conceptualcreations | 25th of April, 2010

    We are all guilty, kicking back with a few beers, wine, or whiskey, and some of us have been fortunate and slid by. However, for those who weren't so lucky have seen the flashing green swirls on their monitor, stopping the editing process, and asking them to step away from... More
  • Retirement

    by Aginger | 15th of June, 2009

    I regret to inform you...that my old CRT monitor is dying. Pain in my ***... :) The question is - what kind of TFT should I choose? I'm not a millionaire, so I can't afford an EIZO or a highly qualified Samsung...maybe a second-hand ViewSonic or something...but what?... More
  • gotta love new toys

    by Halient | 18th of January, 2009

    Free manual monitor calibration site After getting a new laptop I realized that the Factory HP settings were totally off and I didnt feel like buying a calibration unit so a friend gave me this link. its free but takes a long time. But if you dont want to or have the... More
  • Do you calibrate your monitor?

    by Shaja | 28th of November, 2008

    I think nobody will argue that we should have our monitor calibrated to providing accurate, reliable and consistent color since the display is the heart of our contributor in DT of our daily digital workflow. I have bought a display calibration device called “Spyder... More
  • Another use for a Portable DVD player...

    by Jaboardm | 8th of August, 2008

    A couple guys that I work with started sending this link around. They're helpful like that, as I don't seem to have as much time to surf as they do. I did get some useful information, and have confiscated my old portable DVD player from my daughter. (She didn't use it... More
  • How important it is to calibrate your monitor

    by Moonwalker | 24th of April, 2008

    Hello there, After seeing 31 of my files under the Rejected Files list, I've learned something really important. These are the common reasons for my pictures being rejected: Poor color: this image has a low color profile and needs improvement in order to increase... More
  • Expose yourself to this...

    by Photoboykane | 29th of January, 2008

    If you're having trouble getting images accepted due to "exposure", this blog just might help... First, since your images live or die on the screen, consider getting a basic monitor calibration tool. It will help set your brightness, contrast, and color to the levels accepted... More
  • When getting a new computer....

    by Kenneystudios | 16th of November, 2007

    ... check your monitor settings. In a carry-over from yesterday's events (Stock Image -vs- Snapshot), I learned another valuable lesson as well. I am used to working on my desktop computer, where I have already spent painstaking time matching my monitor settings to my... More

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