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I also use a Dell P990 Trinitron to monitor my new Dell 500 and have found that setting the contrast at 100% & the brightness at 32% will match my PS.4.0 calibration and gives optimum prints on all Epson papers (especially photo paper SO41141) with my Epson 850. The Adobe Gamma settings can even give you a finer tune if needed. Marvin Moss firstname.lastname@example.org writes: > > When I follow the instructions in Adobe Gamma to first turn the contrast all > the way up, the resulting prints are way off, and the monitor image looks > too intense. When I start Adobe Gamma by turning the monitor contrast down > to the half setting (50 out of 100 on my Dell P990 Triniton), the print is > much closer and the monitor is tolerable to work on. The monitor is still > about a 'grade' more contrasty than the print, but if I pursue this route > further by starting Adobe Gamma with the contrast even lower, I think I can > bring things into line. - Please do not include an entire message in your response. Delete the excess. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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