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techiesteve

 
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I see what you are aiming for. BTW, the Dell Ultra-sharp IPS panel displays are very good for their price, I use one too. When you calibrate that later it will change, but not much.

If you produce your own prints, having dedicated profiles for each paper you use will make a bigger difference than with calibrating the display. They can be produced economically for you without owning the hardware yourself. Of course, its best to work within a total colour calibrated workflow.

Steve Bell
UK
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