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I noticed today that some of the images I have uploaded to Alamy look darker than intended when I checked them in Lightroom. Although they looked fine initially, when viewed on the Alamy site from my iPad they appear much darker. I have been using the histogram to make sure exposures appear balanced and working on personal preference as to the appearance of the photographs, but if my display is incorrect it could all be in vain! I have carried out no calibration on my laptop yet and would appreciate any comments on my uploaded images. All criticism welcome Many Thanks Cameras: Nikon D7000 & Fuji X100T
I have been using iMac now for a few weeks. I used iMac's own monitor calibration function and I found the calibration very close to that of my pc monitor which was calibrated with Spider 2. How do you calibrate your iMac? (I know this topic was covered in the old forum but I didn't manage to print it beforehand.) Any tips and advices, please? My iMac monitor adjust brightness automatically according to the ambient light (I chose this option). How accurate do you find this automatic adjustment? Or is it better to turn this off? Is Spider 2 still good/current enough to calibrate iMac? How do you control the ambient light where your workstation is? I am asking this questions as the images, which I edited and uploaded a few days ago, now look a bit darker than I intended. Obviously the ambient light now and then is different. Your comments will be very much appreciated. Sung