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Is your display calibrated
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 24, 2010 5:47 pm 
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before i don't, but after disapointed with print results, I finally calibrate it.

It is significantly different. Before calibration, my screen is so bluish (off course I realize it after checking the before / after calibration). No wonder the prints are so yellowish.

I recommend u guys to calibrate your screen regularly. Your images will look more accurate in web and print.

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