7th November 2015, 08:04 PM
Spyder calibration gamut and should custom target be set to Adobe RGB?
Hi Guys, I just had my 1st experience with monitor calibration using Spyder 5. I am currently using a Dell U2412m monitor which is around 3 yrs old now. My display looked warmer after calibration. Gamuts compared are:
My main purpose why I calibrated is to get as much accurate look on my printout from editing pictures. Of course, I would also like my work to be pleasant to look at online. Are the gamuts comparison value supposed to be like those or should I re-calibrate to AdobeRGB or other options? I think I saw the custom target on the advanced settings with the AdobeRGB option. And I read that Adobe RGB is standard for photography. When I did the 1st calib, it was set to untitled. Not sure if I should leave it like this for now or recalibrate. Or can those gamut comparisons change if I chose a different target or is this based already on my hardware? Any experiences or advise please? Thanks in advance!
9th November 2015, 02:01 PM