I recently got a calibrator and I'm really pleased with how my display looks. I've downloaded lots of test images with plenty of faces and gray scales (in other words, lots of opportunities to see color casts) and I think they look great on the screen. And I've printed all of those test images many times, using different settings on the same paper, and I'm thrilled to death with my printer. So as of yesterday, I feel like I'm doing great with the color on my screen and my printer, and they match, and everything's just hunky-dory!
Today, I printed this photo,
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and I see definite blue or purple in that background that just looks like a perfect combination of grays, browns, and other natural stuff on my screen. So I'd like to know if other people see the blue or purple in the background.
P.S. This image was sized as 1024x683. Why is it so huge here?