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Old 06-12-2008, 03:01 AM   #1
MichaelJ
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Default Calibrating a Computer Monitor

I have a Sony LCD Monitor and I'm having a few problems with it. When I adjust the exposure, brightness and contrast, the photos look fine on my comptuer but are often rejected for bad contrast and overexposed. My photos are accepted when they appear to be too dark and underexposed on my computer. I guess it is obvious I need to adjust the brightness of my monitor but what should I use as a good guide?

A question for the screeners: What type of monitors do you use to screen the photos? What settings do you use?
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