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    Default Processing Astrophotos With A PC Monitor



    Hi AP enthusiasts,

    I’m just starting in basic AP. After processing a few images, I noticed that whenever I process an image and view it on another PC, Iphone or iPad, the contrast, color, and resolution are significantly different. I even notice a background shade (like a brown cast) on my iPad that I didn’t see on my laptop that I processed the image with. Recently, I connected a tv to my laptop to process an image and the image on my tv was different than the two pc’s and iPad.
    I realize that all these devices probably do have different display settings, but is there a standard settings recommendation that I could use to set (calibrate) them?
    I’ve seen some awesome images posted here on the forum. Any settings recommendations?

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    Default Re: Processing Astrophotos With A PC Monitor

    Thank you JT!

    Those are excellent links. I need to explore my graphics options on my devices and upgrade where needed.

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