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Then that's what you need to address.  Calibrate again, with lower screen brightness so that it matches the prints.

Ignore colour for now.  Only brightness matters.

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Ok, I will do that tomorrow! Need to put my kids to bed now.  Many thanks for your help, Damien!

 

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I’m so sorry... I haven’t able to recalibrate as my family and I have been out most of the day since new year.  Happy new year. Will try to do it tomorrow morning. (Will be home super late tonight)

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What is the best time to calibrate my monitor? I know it sounds stupid but I mainly edit the images around 4:30am - 5:30am when it's pitch dark in my living room so I was wondering about this...  I have been calibrated my monitor during the day.

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Calibration is best done in dim light.  So early in the morning is great.  But any time of day is fine, as long as you can close the curtains or whatever.

I trust you don't edit in a dark room?  That is CATASTROPHIC.

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I actually do edit in a dark room, lol I started to about a month ago.... I will calibrate early in the morning tomorrow.  I’m glad I asked!!

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