Calibrate your monitor, and see your images in their true light

Monitor calibration rarely makes it to the top of photographers' 'to do' lists. Like the most basic DIY job, it's pretty obvious that a properly calibrated monitor will be worth the effort. But with so many other things to do, it's seldom a task that gets prioritised. 

The truth, however, is, that when you’re viewing an image on a non-calibrated monitor, you’re simply not seeing the true image; you might be missing crucial detail, or not seeing colours the way they should appear. After all the hard work you've put in shooting your images, why would you view and edit them on an uncalibrated monitor?

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