I see my pictures on 7 different monitors. I have two monitors for my home desktop and two for my work desktop. My husband also has two monitors for his home desktop. Although rare, I also use the laptop and see my pictures there. I’m so tired of seeing how different the photos are looking on different monitors and I can’t imagine what they look like when family prints the photos.
Now that I edit more often I decided to buy software to calibrate my monitor. I’m trying to fix all my settings from upgrading to Windows 7. Did you know there’s a built-in monitor calibration in Windows 7? It’s not all that sophisticated, but it’s better than the cool tones my monitor usually shows me.
Now I’m putting it to the test. I already know how the photos look on my one un-calibrated monitor, but I want to know from others how my photos look today. Any different than normal? Good, bad? (I know Charlotte’s hair has a red cast to it…it’s from the overhead light and I didn’t try to fix it with editing.)
Eating sherbet for dessert since they ate so well at dinner.
Eating said sherbet a little too fast, resulting in a brain freeze. This is what a toddler brain freeze looks like in case you were wondering.
Cooper has suddenly likes salad. He and I usually fight over who gets to eat more of the salad and somehow he ended up with my salad bowl tonight. It’s so funny because he used to spit out lettuce like we were feeding him dirt only 2 months ago.