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| p.1 #20 · p.1 #20 · Is it possible to share color profiles for monitors? |
Yes. Which is also why one shouldn't trust measurement tech OVER the knowledge and experience that you have.
After profiling a screen, it's usually good to verify it by using some kind of external "second opinion" solution. As I mentioned earlier, the maximum color saturation for R, G and B are pretty stable in a screen, what you need to look out for is overall brightness and gamma changes - and large swings in the screen surroundings if you're on laptop.
There's quite a large difference between sitting in a deep red painted chic office with glaring fluorescent lighting, and a well thought out working station with reasonably muted colors and the correct amount of ambient lights. You impression of what the screen is showing will be totally different.
To get baseline hints about if the screens are working correctly when I get somewhere, I usually start with looking at the surrounding workplace, and that the screens can render an sRGB gamma correctly.
I don't recommend looking at this image in a web-browser, download and open in photoshop. It is one of the smaller testwedges I've made, that fits even older laptop screens.