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Steven M Anthony
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« on: September 20, 2005, 12:49:47 PM »
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I'm thinking of buying a laptop with XBrite technology in the screen--produces quite vivid results.

My question is how this will work for post-processing photos. I use PS CS and I'm concerned that the screen is somehow pumping up the contrast in a way that won't get picked up by my printer.

Now, I use a laptop without XBrite. I haven't done sophisticated calibration--just used Adobe Gamma. I don't get a perfect match between screen and print--but close enough for a hobbyist.

Does anyone know if XBrite technology will screw up prints, or if it can be turned off?

Thanks,

Steve
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