Calibrate your monitor.
Before you begin to view this WWW, you must calibrate your monitor
Doing so insures that your monitor greys are as neutral as possible.
You can use a third-party monitor calibration program such as
the Radius Calibrator or SuperMatch Display Calibrator from Super-Mac
Technology, to calibrate the gamma, colour balance, and white
and black point of colour and grey scale of your monitor, so the
images of that page look the same as we see it.
Once you have calibrated your monitor, you should not have to
re-calibrate unless you change any of the factors affecting calibration.
If you change the room lighting or readjust the monitor brightness
and contrast controls, you will need to re-calibrate the system.
For this reason, it's recommended that you tape down your monitor's
brightness and contrast controls after calibrating the monitor,
and that you maintain consistent room lighting conditions.
To calibrate your monitor using calibration program
- Make sure that your monitor has been turned on for at least
a half hour so that the monitor display has stabilised.
- Set the room lighting at the level that you plan to maintain;
then adjust the brightness and contrast controls on your monitor.
Because changes in these factors can dramatically affect your
display, you should close your room off from external light sources
and tape down the monitor and room lighting controls once they
have been set.
- 3 Change the background colour on your monitor to a light
grey. This prevents the background colour from interfering with
your colour perception and helps you adjust the display to a neutral
- 4 Going to Gamma page and using your
calibration program try to get this image
- Please do not make any zoom in/out to the gamma page.
Please do not make any zoom in/out to the gamma
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