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Talk about monitor and printer profiles

We’re always hearing people saying that their prints don’t come out as they expect or that their images as projected at the club don’t look like they did on their monitors at home. In episode 213 of the Shutters Inc podcast, guest Les Walkling talks about profiling of monitors and printers. While he doesn’t go into technical explanation of how to do this he does make it crystal clear why we have the problems that we do in this arena. It’s well worth the listen and if you don’t want to take the time to listen to the whole podcast, the section from 10:15 to 37:30 is the part in which Les talks about this.

Visit Shutters Inc – episode 213 to download the podcast in MP3 format, or listen to it using the web-based player on that page. On this page you will also find the show notes including links to the articles on his site that Les mentions during his talk.

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