It's not just the changing seasons that cause temperature shifts! Yep, the color temperature of your computer monitor can “drift” over time, rendering your image colors either too warm or too cool.
If you're a professional pet photographer, you need to understand how to calibrate your monitor to fix your color display. Especially if you're printing your work.
The Datacolor SpyderX Elite is my monitor calibration tool of choice. In this video, I'll take you through unboxing the SpyderX, setting it up, and discussing how to approach monitor calibration for photography purposes.
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