All my department's (Marketing Communications) Apple's are not calibrated. I keep telling them to purchase a calibrator but the Suits upstairs haven't ok'd the expense... very frustrating.
We designers can't print designs with accurate colors without wasting 5-10 sheets for color corrections...
They could have paid for a cheap calibrator by now lol.
I sort of calibrated my main monitor, the secondary is really dark.
What I did was use software calibration and my eyes to get as close as I could with that method (all free stuff too).
I then took some sample pics, and put them on the monitor, and held the same pics up next to the monitor on my D90 (from what I hear that display is calibrated) and further tweaked it until the monitor and D90 images looked the same.
About as good as I am going to get right now.
Yeah me too, I used this website
. It has all of the tests I was looking for and some others. Someone with a calibrated monitor (and good eyes) should tell us how accurate the test is!