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Michelle Zeiss

i1 Display Pro Calibration on my MacBook Air

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Hi Damien,

I'm in the process of calibrating my MacBook Air using your instructions. I have included two screen shots of the results. The I'm not getting a white point reading nor a luminance reading. I've included the other screen shot just for more info. I don't want to go further with my prints until I get this straightened out. I appreciate your help. 

Thank you,

Michelle Zeiss

Screen Shot 2019-11-08 at 4.12.07 PM.png

Screen Shot 2019-11-08 at 4.08.56 PM.png

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I compared the prints to the monitor on my MacBook Air. I held the prints 90 degrees from the screen. The prints were darker as expected given that the screen is a light source as you say in the article. Other than that I think the color tones match pretty well.

FYI, when I calibrated,I couldn't get it to the green area. It would either be just below or a little more above the green area. I went with the lower one that was at 90. 

What do you suggest?

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Your screen MUST MATCH YOUR PRINTS.

If your screen is too bright as you say, you have to calibrate again to a lower brightness level.

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