Inkelaar Posted June 23, 2017 Share Posted June 23, 2017 I am having a hard time calibrating my monitor. I have read Damien's tutorial several times. I am matching my color profile to my prints (as best I can) looking at color, brightness and contrast. Then I move to calibration (lights down). I am wondering when I am looking at my image on the monitor for comparison should I be looking at it through photoshop? Sense this is my working software. And at the end of calibration when I am comparing should I be comparing that the image on screen looks like the image in hand? Or should it look like what I think is correct? I am so darn confused. I have corresponded with printer and basically from them I am trying to match my print in hand as closely as possible to what I see on the screen. My image from them is dark and green. TIA Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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