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December 23, 2011


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Joseph Rezek

The notes given in the article are excellent and well meaning. They do not, in my experience, cover the fact that after setting the monitor up according to the manufacturer's instructions and calibrating it using the author's recommended equipment, the print is invariably darker than the monitor image, even if the print is viewed in daylight. In order to achieve monitor-print compatibility, the monitor is usually set up using non ideal brightness contrast settings and then calibrated.

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