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    Default Calibrating monitor with Photoshop

    hey guys...
    just finished calibrating, and the colors seem weird. anyone can suggest the best way to calibrate with photoshop?

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    Default Re: Calibrating monitor with Photoshop

    you mean, adobe gamma

    photoshop has no calibration function

    in any case, adobe gamma is really a very rough calibration and many people do not know what it is actually asking.

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    Default Re: Calibrating monitor with Photoshop

    and yes, i used adobe gamma.
    followed step by step, and was trying to achieve the closest color match possible to photoshop.
    how to i confirm this? or, better ways to calibrate?

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    Default Re: Calibrating monitor with Photoshop

    Quote Originally Posted by HTCahHTC View Post
    and yes, i used adobe gamma.
    followed step by step, and was trying to achieve the closest color match possible to photoshop.
    how to i confirm this? or, better ways to calibrate?
    there are two things that you have to take note of - the fact that most lcd monitors are not going to give you a full dynamic range possible.

    the dpreview site always has a bottom bar that gives you black to shades of grey to white. optimally you should be able to see all the graduations. every little bar in there should be a different shade on your screen, and not burnt out, or become one block of black.

    for color.. the only way (that i know of) to make sure you're doing it right is to print your stuff at a good lab and compare.

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    Default Re: Calibrating monitor with Photoshop

    oh. ok. thanks alot.
    printing and comparing in monitor, i think that's that.
    sounds pretty straight.
    thanks alot dude!

    but if anyone got other sugegstions, pls tell me.

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