Monitor calibration with Datacolor Spyder
This video explains why you should calibrate your display and how monitor calibration actually works.
Different screens render colors differently, but which one shows them correctly? A photo you may like when looking at your display could have a color tint when printed or look completely different from what you expected. In order to resolve these issues, you should get started with monitor calibration, meaning setting your screen as per industry standard.
A Spyder color calibrator determines the correct settings for color and contrast on your display accurately and automatically adjusts it to show correct color in less than 3 minutes.
It is important to work on a calibrated screen during post-production, as this is the only way for you to determine the rendering of your colors in a reliable way. Monitor calibration does not only save a lot of time and hassle as your prints come out perfectly the first time around, it also saves you a lot of money on paper and ink when printing yourself or having your photos printed in a photographic laboratory.
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