Calibration is quite a complicated area which we will address more fully before the next competition season starts.
If, in the meantime, there is a mismatch between what you image looks like on your computer and how it appears on a projector, or in print, you might find the articles listed below useful. Alternatively speak to one the more experienced club members and they may be able to advise you.
It does not take long to calibrate a monitor – about twenty minutes is the norm and is fairly straight forward process.
- How to calibrate your monitor for the best viewing experience (Digital Trends)
Contains some very good advice of how you can do so on Windows and on a Mac without using a calibration tool
- How to calibrate your monitor (Photography Life
- Monitor calibration for photography (Cambridge Colour)
- How to calibrate your monitor and why you need to do it.
If you decide to purchase one of those listed above please do so via our Amazon link. Alternatively ask at a club night if a club member has one that they could lend to you – they are about!