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Best laptop screen settings

Wesley Herrebrugh 

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Joined in December 2015
Posts: 8
Posted 8 March 2017 - 21:33 CET

Hi all,

As some know, I edit pictures and upload them to AP. And sometimes it remains at uploading, not publising. I think it is on my monitor settings. What are the best settings to edit your pictures with? I can choose between

Brightness

Contrast

Gamma

Hue

Saturation

I use the settings which looks the best for me, but they are mostly not acceptable for AP, any ideas?

Valentin Chesneau--Daumas 

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Joined in June 2014
Posts: 13
Posted 9 March 2017 - 16:02 CET

Hi,

An usual screen for professionnal photography is calibrated like this :

Gamma : 2.2

Color temperature : 5500 K

Brightness : 100 Cd/m2

Actually that's following a standard iso, and mostly used to print after. To publish on the Internet a classic calibration on a website will be fine cause unfortunatly nobody own a calibrated screen.

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