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Monitors that share the same model yet produce different colors [duplicate]

How could these 2 screens have the settings and are the same model, yet the colors are extremely different and the difference between blue links and purple links is not clear in the one in the right?
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Display Screen colors on laptop vs desktop [duplicate]

I do my work on a laptop. I have this problem and I'm trying to find a solution which the problem is when I set screen brightness on 100%, the colors on my screen are mixing up with the backlight of ...
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Logo colors look very different on different devices, how to resolve? [duplicate]

I designed a logo with a CMYK of C:60, M:0 ,Y:50, K:0. On my PC (Windows 8) it appears teal, which is the color that the client wanted. When I sent it to her, it appeared like a very bright lime green,...
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Just got a second monitor, and I'm not sure how to adjust them [duplicate]

So I got a second monitor and it's color greatly differs from my current one. The new one is a Samsung PLS monitor, the older one an ASUS model (no idea which); both have a Full HD resolution, the ...
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Color consistency across different monitors [duplicate]

I have two different computers that I use regularly. On one computer, the colors look too bright, and on the other computer, the colors look too dark. Is there a way to try to keep things looking more ...
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How do I get the color on my monitor to print that same color [duplicate]

I am having a very hard time trying to get the color turquoise . When converting from rgb to cmyk they are nothing close. How do I get the color of turquoise I see on my monitor to be printed on cards?...
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Colors look different on other screens [duplicate]

Colors look great after editing in photoshop/lightroom at my screen! But when I look on all other screens the pictures look to warm (allmost yellow!) and to much contrast… is there something wrong ...
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Why should I calibrate my screen?

As both a web and print designer, I have never seen the need to calibrate my displays. Especially for web design, I wonder why I should spend several hundred euros to calibrate when I can instead test ...
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Web colors: how to compensate for differences in monitors

This question has to do with color in the context of web pages. Computer monitors and mobile screens can vary a lot in their color rendering, meaning that a given color on one monitor can look much ...
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Color show in Photoshop picker is not the same I manually introduced

Using Photoshop 2014.2.0 Release on Windows, I created a new image with color mode RGB color - 8bit and color profile sRGB. I deleted my PS settings to reset it all to default. On the Color picker I ...
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How to fix colour difference on different laptops?

so I'd been designing illustrations on my HP laptop - all the images looked exactly the same colour-wise on both my laptop and my Samsung phone. Now recently I got a Lenovo Ideapad and noticed the ...
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What program is best for what I'm after - procreate, Adobe Fresco, other?

I need to create illustrations for a book I'm working on that I will be able to print at A4 size (maximum) in high quality of colour, but also use these same illustrations for images on my website. I’...
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CMYK in notebook looks different in other media

I usually do my works in Photoshop in an Asus notebook. The problem that I'm having is that whenever I save a picture in CMYK format it looks fine everywhere I try to visualize it in my Asus, but when ...
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Easy and fast first steps to substantially enhance pictures [closed]

This question is meant to serve as a basis for (possibly) some follow-up questions. I will not be asking about any specific, just general methods of what to do rather than how to do it. A friend of ...
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