Guide: Achieve better print quality from your digital captures.

Started Dec 26, 2008 | Discussions thread
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Eddy Vortex
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Re: Guide: Achieve better print quality from your digital captures.
In reply to Dale Treadway, Jan 12, 2009

I agree with all that you've said. Hrere's my 2 cents worth: Remember that monitors are set to highest brightness cause they have to compete with in-store lighting...niot many folks turn down the brightness and we all become accustomed to viewing overly bright photos and regard them as the norm.

When comparing pronts to monitor photos, remember that the print is being viewed with reflected light and the monitor image is being viewed with luminescent light so there's a factor to consider when maatching print/monitor.

BTW, Dell make some inexpensive IP-S panels....I just bought a used on on Ebay (20" wide) for 250 $cdn. Thanks for the tip....I'm gonna set my brightness down to 10%
Great post,thanks a ton. Eddy

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