Everyone should calibrate their displays. Beginning at an unknown starting point, you have no idea what other people will be seeing. Knowing that your display is calibrated is should always be the first step.
We spend an inordinate amount of time and money on the capture and processing side of our craft. Ultimately, however, we view the fruit of our work as a print or a slide show or on the web. It is critical to ensure that what I have spent time and money on to process, looks the same way in print or on the web and there is only one way to guarantee this and that is with Color Management.
A color managed workflow is the cornerstone of any digital photography workflow. I would go so far as to say that a high-end Adobe RGB monitor and a top-notch colorimeter are as important if not more important than what camera and lens you use to capture the image if you care about color.
One of the great joys of photography for me is the edit process. It fills me with joy and excitement to see what’s possible. Starting with the best possible image and making sure it appears the same across my desktop and laptop is critical. I don’t have the time nor energy to guess that the creative decisions I make will be accurately represented.
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