Before calibrating your monitor

Regardless of which calibrator or screen you have, please read this brief article first. Prints The proof of calibration is in the printing, so the first thing you should do after calibration is compare some prints to your screen. So, before you calibrate, gather...

The light around your computer

(This article was updated in May 2015)   Be careful not to underestimate the influence of the ambient light while you’re editing your photos.  I’ve seen many people comment that when they edit photos at night, then look at them during the daytime (or vice...

Must I calibrate?

I’m frequently asked “My prints already match my monitor.  Do I really need to calibrate?” The answer is “No you don’t, but yes you should.” Obviously, at this point in time, if your prints are turning out exactly as you expect,...