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Author Topic: Calibrate Your Monitor  (Read 4776 times)

Offline vhansen

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Calibrate Your Monitor
« on: July 28, 2006, 04:07:01 PM »
Thought this link might be helpful to some members.  It's a quick way to check your monitor's brightness and contrast.
Personally, I always work in a completely darkened room, whenever possible.  It allows for better viewing of shadow detail.

http://www.scarse.org/adjust/black.html
http://www.scarse.org/adjust/white.html