|Dec 11, 2011, 06:21 PM||#1|
Mac Book brightness adjustment for Photoshop.
Hey what brightness settings do you guys use when editing a photo in PS and printing? I was curious to know if there was a specific setting on the mac as standard.
|Dec 12, 2011, 08:47 AM||#2|
For print, it is generally recommended that you use a rather low luminance value when calibrating. I think most people recommend between 80-100cd/m2. Of course, ambient light will affect the accuracy, so it's best if you can calibrate and work in a space with constant light, both in terms of intensity and temperature. Not all calibration programs will allow you to specify cd/m2, however, so you might have to choose "minimum" for luminance or something like that. I use ColorEyes Display Pro, which does allow you to specify luminance.
|Dec 13, 2011, 06:05 PM||#4|
FULL BLAST!! But that's just me. I use a huey pro for calibration
17" MBP 2.16 CD,2 GB RAM; 2nd Gen Apple TV; 1st Gen iPad; 32 GB iPod Touch 4G; Nikon D7000; Nikon D80, Heineken
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