Chapter 8. Monitors and ColorSync

Your Macintosh is a fantastic tool for communicating visually. However, there are some tricks for keeping what you create on your screen looking the same no matter where it's viewed. Images look different when viewed on different monitors or when printed. To solve the problem of “what you see isn't quite what you get,” Apple created ColorSync—a means of ensuring consistent color reproduction on different output devices. This chapter introduces ColorSync and walks you through the process of calibrating your system's monitor. You learn everything you need to know about color calibration and how to work with Mac OS X's monitor settings.

Configuring Displays

To change settings for your monitor, there's only one place ...

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