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    Way Down Yonder in the Paw Paw Patch jim's Avatar
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    More Colour Calibration

    I finally got around to calibrating my monitor with my old Spyder 2, and the result looks worse than before. Suddenly all my photos are a little oversaturated... but are they or did the calibration go wrong?

    This image looks reasonable on my monitor. How does it look to you guys?

    Thanks.
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    On this web viewing monitor and the calibrated one on the editing machine, they look very flat and dull. Not much vibrancy in any of them and the actual colours seems quite a long way from what I would expect.

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    Ah thank you, that's what I was afraid of.

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    looks a bit dark.
    i calibrate with a huey

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    Flat and dark. I use an imac24" and calibrate using the Mac tools (have yet to get a calibrator).
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    Thanks all. This is a few days old; I think I've solved the problem now.

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