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  • Pied Stilt, Pacific Black Duck (Image ID 24271)

    Pied Stilt, Pacific Black Duck.   Photographer: Sandy Castle

  • Sharp-tailed Sandpiper (Image ID 24182)

    Sharp-tailed Sandpiper.   Photographer: Sandy Castle

  • Australian Pied Oystercatcher (Image ID 19076)

    Australian Pied Oystercatcher.   Photographer: Mal Carnegie

  • Lewin's Honeyeater, Macleay's Honeyeater (Image ID 36074)

    Lewin's Honeyeater, Macleay's Honeyeater.   Photographer: Bill Harding

  • White-winged Triller (Image ID 29485)

    White-winged Triller.   Photographer: Bill Harding

Ideally, the monitor that you use for image processing should be calibrated to ensure accurate reproduction of colour in your images, both on-screen and for printing.  To do this requires a colourimeter - probably the best known is the Spyder - to measure the monitor's response and allow you to make adjustments to achieve accurate output.  Sadly, many/most of us do not have access to such a device.  But there are some things that you can do to check, and possibly improve, your monitor's performance which do not require any specialised equipment.  The best site I've found for this is the set of LCD monitor test images at Lagom.nl.  Give it a try - it's free, and could prove to be very useful.

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