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September 22, 2011


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Kathy Wesserling

At the moment, I'm editing exclusively on a laptop. (A stand-alone monitor is on my wishlist, but it may be awhile before I can buy one.)

Meanwhile, it's my opinion that calibrating a laptop monitor is next to useless because the slightest re-positioning of it changes the darkness/lightness of my image. Is that erroneous thinking on my part? I'm worried that I'm over processing the pictures, but can't tell for sure.

Your article is bookmarked already - just waiting for the day that big monitor walks in my door! Thanks, Rob.

Samantha R

I have the same concern as Kathy. I view and edit on my laptop and likewise, just changing the screen angle can make the photo look different.

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