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Warm up

Make sure your screen has been turned on for at least fifteen minutes before starting calibration.  Half an hour would be even better.


Make sure you’re in good light. Later you'll be making 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.

Get your brightness control ready

In a few minutes you'll be required to fine-tune your screen's brightness.  So you need to open your system's display window to have the brightness slider ready to go.

On a Mac it will look something like this ...


... and on Windows something like this:


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