Originally posted by spiritualspatula:
Editing on a laptop is generally not recommended for several reasons. First, your viewing angle, viewing distance, and ambient light conditions vary considerably on a laptop so you never have a constant reference point when you're looking at it, regardless of how well or if it's calibrated. Laptops often have screens that are of lower quality, as well, so that's another consideration.
I guess my question is, if you have both, why do you edit on a laptop by default?
Second, are both screens calibrated?
I use laptop just for the sake of convenience. But now I do realize that my laptop's display isn't good enough.
Since I have no idea of how to calibrate the displays, neither of the monitors is calibrated.
Is there any software/program that could do the calibration?