Quote (Antichrist- @ Tue, Nov 18 2008, 11:24am)
Daylight doesent effect at all atleast on my screen, different thing if someone has hs monitor next to window with sun shining from the window. Room light has little or no effect, its enough if u got your monitor calibrated. Allso if someone doesent have spyder or other calibration tools and need to use some charts, then its good to make safe edits, meaning not really dark with high contrast etc.
Yeah, I meant the monitor calibration. It needs to be calibrated to daylight (6500). You might have an option of "6500k" but its never accurate.
It makes a huge difference when printing (might be irrelevant in this discussion though lol)