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one more time - Adobe Photoshop Elements

I' been writing the same old question but no answer, I will try to book mark this one and maybe I can find it later with an answer? The book is telling me to "CALIBRATE MONITOR" for color management. is that a real must need to do thing?? or can you use the program with out it? I mean who cares if your monitor color is different than your printed out put??...

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    I' been writing the same old question but no answer, I will try to book mark this one and maybe I can find it later with an answer?
    The book is telling me to "CALIBRATE MONITOR" for color management. is that a real must need to do thing?? or can you use the program with out it? I mean who cares if your monitor color is different than your printed out put??
    David L Cochran Guest

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    David,
    Most of us care about being able to print relatively accurately what we see on the display. Others want the assurance that someone else's display will portray their image accurately.

    You can use Elements without calibrating your monitor. Elements doesn't care one way or the other <G> .

    :-)

    Brent
    brent bertram Guest

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    David,

    At first I worked PE on my then uncalibrated Monitor. After a while I found it annoying that the print showed more detail than I could see on the monitor. I asked this forum for advice and was told that calibration would be a good thing. Adobe does provide a calibration kit. I did the basic calibration and was quite pleased with the result.
    Another thing is that you get better results from your monitor after it has been on for about half hour.
    In this forum you will find a number of threads regarding calibration. Just do a search.

    It is up to you.

    Robert
    Schraven Robert Guest

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    You know that David seems to be unable to view any of the replies???
    Nancy S Guest

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    Not really.

    Robert
    Schraven Robert Guest

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    David,
    If you become able to read replies, then try this link. It may explain why calibration, and why color management .
    <http://www.normankoren.com/color_management.html> .

    :-)

    Brent
    brent bertram Guest

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