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Calibration should be done in dim light.  Some people even do it in the pitch dark, but that's not really necessary.

But at the end of the calibration process, at the print comparison stage, you must be in good bright light.  And your editing must be done in good bright light too.

Have you read this one?  https://www.damiensymonds.net/2012/01/light-around-your-computer.html

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