what brilliance to use when calibrating digital arts?
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I've got a technical question about digital arts vs. prints here,
So now I have a digital piece I created on ipad. I'm checking it on laptop to make sure everything looks good before sending it editors, but using different "brilliance/contrast" on my laptop apparently makes this piece looks drastically different. Printing it out using my own printer doesn't make much sense either, the outcome from my printer and industry printer can look totally different. So what "brilliance/contrast (laptop display setups)" set up should I use to check digital art, before sending them to editors?
Thank you for your experience!