color calibrating LCD TFT monitor with DVI input

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BobHill
Aug 20, 2003
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Shiv,

At the present time, Adobe Gamma isn’t designed to work with LCD monitors. I believe that I’ve seen where SONY has their own calibration process however. Check how it looks in Elements and how it prints for you and you may well find that although the colors on screen usually will appear richer (but great), they’ll print RGB just fine to most current inkjet and color laser printers. In that case, I’d say you wouldn’t need to profile them for archival use.

Bob 🙂

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brent bertram
Aug 20, 2003
Shiv,
Here’s a link to a discussion of the subject on the Color Management forum. <http://www.adobeforums.com/cgi-bin/webx?128@@.1de94021> .

Ian Lyons’ evaluates a product at <http://www.computer-darkroom.com/ione/ione-1.htm> .

Good reading

🙂

Brent

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