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Hi all. A while back I created a video on the non-Lightroom (but still very important) topic of calibration using a hardware calibration device. From what I can gather out there, a lot of photographers have heard the message loud and clear - use a hardware calibration device. I don't really care which one, just use one. However, from being out on the road I have seen a bit of confusion surrounding what type of calibration you need. There's monitor calibration to create a color profile for your screen, and there's printer calibration to create a profile for your printer. Which do you need? Watch the quick video I created to see.

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