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Old 05-16-2007, 08:34 PM   #1
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Question Photography - Colour Management

I have Digikam 0.9.1 and Gimp 2.214 running on an ASUS A6T series laptop. The flat screen is running NVidia XServer driver 1.0-9755 and is using Suse 10.2 as it's operating system on a Linux-x86_64 architecture. Can anyone suggest a colour management screen calibration tool that is compatible with my operating system? Eg a Spyder 2 colorimeter etc along with compatible software. Is Bibble any good?

As I want the the photographic data from my camera card to match what I am seeing on screen. Then the photograph on screen to match what is printed.

Any help or urls/people to contact would be very helpful.


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