Frequently Asked Questions


Monitor Calibration Guidelines

The preferred colour space to use for printing of digital files at our lab is Adobe RGB 1998 though sRGB can also be used.

Our monitors are calibrated to D65.

Set your monitor’s color temperature (white point) to 6500K, D65, or sRGB, which is equivalent to 6500K. This is preferable to setting it on the video card or using monitor calibration software.

For a detailed explanation of monitor calibration and the best methods to use check out Norman Koren’s excellent guide on the subject, “Making fine prints in your digital darkroom, Monitor calibration and gamma”