Originally Posted by timcee
Thanks Cloudz00x I will use those profiles when my screen arrives.
Another rookie colour question. Would i not make a more accurate colour profile if i got hardware and calibrated my own new screen? Wouldn't that be unique to my monitor and more accurate than your profile? Also I've heard that people tend to run calibration regularly to keep colour true, so i would need to buy hardware anyway eventually. Obviously I'd rather not spend on calibration hardware and would love to just use your profile lol!! I'm very out of my depth with this stuff but i'm getting there!!
The new stock on CrossOver 27Q's from AW are in perfect shape including panel and color tint. I noticed this in comparison to the older ones where you'd get a severe blue/yellow tint. Regardless of where you buy your monitor from even from apple/samsung/dell it can be good or have some sort of tint. Whatever AW is doing is good and is keeping it up.
So using a profile will be good but again it depends now on your gf. Are the colors acceptable for what she needs to do. Regardless the monitor is calibrated but is it too her liking?
Once a monitor is calibrated that's necessarily it, now if your doing something that you want a different perspective on or diff color spectrum or light/darker then use Adobe to suit your needs or re-calibrate. In essence once it's calibrated you don't necessarily need to do it again.