Re: Monitor Calibration and digital negatives

From: Kate Mahoney ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 02/22/05-05:01:55 AM Z
Message-id: <003601c518cd$ebffcf60$0a04f6d2@oemcomputer>

> If you are on a pc "AND" have Photoshop or Illustrator installed, you
> also have a small Adobe app called "Gamma" installed on your system. It
> is very similar to the Mac calibrator. It has been too long since I set
> up a PC screen, I can't remember where to find this or the setting to
> use. But, It worked nicely on the PC.

You should be able to find it in "settings>control panel>adobe gamma
Maybe I'm dumb, but I find the instructions a bit strange are told
to set the monitor to maximum brightness to do the calibration, but nowhere
does it then tell you to readjust the brightness! Someone enlighten me


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