Turning Archive 2004

Subject:
Digital photography / editing question

Mike Schwing from Md.
>Is there a "standard" for monitor brightness/contrast that should/can be obtained before editing a photo on a PC? How about screen resolution?

Figuring that everyone has personal preferences for those two controls, as well as resolution, and that the photo I edit with my prefs may not match someone else's, the overall photo effect may be quite different from PC to PC.

If there were a way to normalize those factors for everyone at least there'd be a common starting point.

Just thinking out loud at 6:09am. Today is the first day of our fiscal year, and since I work in the CIO's office, it is literally New Year's Day around here, complete with office party, and nothing to do. September sucks here.

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