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    roteague says:

    Thanks for the timely article. I should calibrate my monitors, but don’t. I mainly prepare images for web presentation and use West Coast Imagining to prepare my scanned transparencies for printing (I print on Fuji Crystal Archive paper) on their Chromira printer.


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    Photographer Review: Dell UltraSharp U2410 24" Monitor | Dan Bailey's Adventure Photography Blog says:

    […] color tints when they get them out of the box, but I saw no such thing. I do calibrate my monitors, which you should always do,  (I use the DataColor SypderPro system), and have experienced nothing but consistent color, […]


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    STEVE says:

    I used to calibrate quite often – every few weeks. The thing is, it never changes from the previous calibration. Now I only check it every 6 months or so with the Spyder 2. Apple 20″ studio display.

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