In order to see the images on this website as the photographer intends, you may need to calibrate your monitor. It's easy and it takes just a minute.  In the chart above, you should see ten noticeably different shades, plus a grey background. The center, horizontal black bar has a diagonal pattern that may not be visible on all monitors. If you can see the pattern, turn down the brightness, or preferably, adjust the gamma of your monitor until the pattern disappears, and then turn it back up until it is just barely visible. Adjust color balance so that the background appears grey and neutral, free from color casts. That's it!

This site is best viewed using Internet Explorer at a resolution of 1024 x768 or greater, at a gamma of around 2.2 and at a color depth of millions.