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< Go back to the previous step    << Go back to the beginning

Preparation

Warm up

Make sure your screen has been turned on for half an hour, if possible, to warm up and stabilise.

Light

Make sure you’re in good light. You’re about to make some preliminary comparisons between your screen and your prints, and viewing prints in dim light is a futile exercise. It needs to be bright enough, and white enough. Read this if you haven’t already done so.

Reset to factory defaults (first time only)

When you’re getting ready to calibrate for the very first time, you need to search the screen’s menu to find the setting that puts everything back to its starting point. Every screen is different, so I can’t tell you exactly where to find this function, but trust me, it’ll be there somewhere. It might be called “Reset Screen Defaults” or “Restore Factory Settings”, or something like that. You get the idea.

(When you’re doing subsequent monthly calibrations, this reset step shouldn’t be necessary. But never say never – some screens may need that “kick in the pants” each time, if they won’t recalibrate easily.)

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3 hours ago, Shaina Teitelbaum said:

Can I calibrate a laptop? I noticed you said desktop screen. Thank You!

You're reading the wrong instructions.

Go back and find the laptop ones.

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