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[filmscanners] Re: Cleaning your monitor...



There is one part of Adobe Gamma, (and I don't recall which, as it has
been a while since I last reset it) where they suggest lowering light
levels or darkening the room, or whatever, to set the black and white
points, and perhaps for the gray scale adjustment, so those adjustments
were the ones I was referring to.

Art

Shunith Dutt wrote:

> Arthur...
>
> Am truncating your message to cut down bandwith :)... but you've basically
> (technically!) summed up the reasons why it's best to NOT work in near
> darkness...
>
> The only part i disagree to a wee bit with you is when you say:
>
> "The only time I ever work in nearly complete darkness is when I am
> setting up Adobe Gamma, which requires it to determine the true maximum
> black of the monitor"
>
> Adobe Gamma should ideally be set up - from all i've read - in your working
> light environment. Unless (you mean) you're trying to set calibrate the
> (hardware) monitor for it's White Point.
>
> Cheers...
>
> Shunith
>
>


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