If you’re finicky about your LCD displays and you want to make sure you’ve got everything dialed in correctly then there’s a great website you can go to that will help you make sure you’ve got everything right.
The Lagom LCD monitor test pages, offer up a variety of test images that can be used to not only determine proper calibration but overall quality of a particular display. As the website mentions you can also download the images to a USB thumb-drive to test displays is a retail environment. I used this page today to recalibrate my LCD monitor and it looks much better.
It can be difficult to tell sometimes whether things are off or not by simply looking at a photograph and that’s why these test pages really help. Just make sure you follow the instructions carefully and you will be on your way to display calibration perfection.
Want to know what color depth your display and graphics hardware are currently using? You can head to NOAA’s (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) reference test page here.