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1 Screen Calibrators on Wed Mar 25, 2009 5:56 am

Ok folks as was clearly evident last night - I need to get a screen calibration device. Any recommendations for someone of modest means? Do I need to calibrate my printer to match my screen as well? Guess so scratch

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2 Re: Screen Calibrators on Wed Mar 25, 2009 1:13 pm

My last calibration was not a big succes...
I created the effect from last night on my computer, the red is to bright and also the purple and green. (Probably all the colours, but these jump out of the screen.
Before the calibration, everything was ok....only my ordered prints were a little bit dark.

So, my experience with calibrating are bad. But my brother wil look at it in a couple of weeks, maybe he can fix it. Rolling Eyes

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3 Re: Screen Calibrators on Thu Mar 26, 2009 3:55 am

kentishmayde wrote:Ok folks as was clearly evident last night - I need to get a screen calibration device. Any recommendations for someone of modest means? Do I need to calibrate my printer to match my screen as well? Guess so scratch

I use Spyder 2 and would recommend it. Not the most expensive but does me fine. I don't calibrate my printer as I only use the recommended ink and paper for my printer, expensive but I can be sure of the quality.

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