In an effort to provide you with the highest quality color photos,
I have created this tool to help you determine if your monitor is “seeing”
the color accurately. I work with the highest possible color standards,
Adobe RGB color space and color calibrated monitors for print and web
reproduction of your images.
Often times, judging the color balance and darkness or contrast of these
images is dependant on the proper settings on your monitor. Many corporate computers and monitors are not set to these specifications, so viewing them is problematic when determining whether a photo will reproduce well. Some of Windows default settings and it’s web browser are not “color space aware” and therefore will not always display the images properly.
In order for you to properly judge the photos, you should be able to see disticnt gradations between each box on the black and white step wedge. The white T-shirts on the models and the skin tone should be correct and the color squares should be clear and distinct and not muddy or dark.
If you have any problems or are not seeing the colors correctly, let me know so we other ways that you can better jusge the quality of the images.
I WANT YOU TO SEE EVERY DETAIL OF THE WORK AND BE HAPPY WITH THE RESULT!