Standard disclaimer: I am not a photographer and I am not a color expert.
Those of you who read this blog regularly know that my battle station (work area) has 4 displays that I use on a regular basis. In case you’ve forgotten my setup, here are two photos to remind you.
The HPZR24W 24″ display and Yiynova MSP19u (below it) are connected to my early 2008 Mac Pro. The Dell U2412m display is connected to my early 2008 Macbook Pro laptop. I use Teleport to move between my Mac Pro and Macbook Pro screens.
Trading design files between both machines made it noticeable that my colors were off between all 4 displays. At first, I used Apple’s own color calibration utility. The results were mixed, at best, but I learned to live with it. And then, after a point, it began to really bug me…
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