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    hi guys, i realise that the brightness of my computer's monitor is different from the one on my laptop. When i ps my photos, they look great on the laptop but look quite underexposed in the other monitor.

    How do i calibrate both of my monitors, so that they produce an accurate brightness and colour? (the colours should be exactly the same as what it will look like if the photo is printed out in lab centres)

    thanks people!

    Cheers

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    1) Eyeone Display 2
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    some of us here offer "services" to help u calibrate ur monitors. i bought a eye one display 2 but i guess i havent really master it yet.
    if u do a search in the forum u could find out more. cheers

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    If you have photoshop installed can try using the Adobe Gamma, should be able to find in your control panel.. then use the wizard but make sure u adjust the RGB gamma seperately...

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    thanks for the suggestions, guys

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