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RE[2]: which one ???
by pica on Sat 1st Jan 2011 19:23 UTC in reply to "RE: which one ???"
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Just you do any profiling of your monitor (or printer), and how?

The ATI Catalyst Control Center offers color adjusting controls. We do not own a color adjusting hardware. To adjust the monitor my wife simply compares a photo taken at neutral lightning conditions with the original object. My wife typically uses a photo of her crayons to do this visual callibration.

We do not print photos ourself. So we have no need to callibrate a printer. BTW, how to color callibrate a simple black & white laser ?

My wife uses RawTherapee to manipulate raw as well as TIFF and even JPEG files. She tried RawStudio before, but prefers RawTherapee. One handy feature is the white balance using a white area on the photo. Just select a white area -- a part of a number plate, the white outer of an eye, a white flower, snow, ... -- and press the white balance button afterwards. Done.


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