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LR Mobile - what brightness setting do you use on your iPad?

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All,
Just wondering how others have their iPad screens adjusted while editing photos in Lightroom Mobile?
I have Night Shift and True Tone turned off, and Brightness set at about 50%.
Since we can‘t calibrate iPad screens like you can with a real monitor, any suggestions that have worked for you are greatly appreciated!
Thanks!
Charlie
 
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I have mine set to Automatic and 100% Brightness with True Tone on.

Images that I work on in my iPadPro are rendered pretty much on color whe. I look at them in Lightroom Classic on my iMac.


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I recently got a hold of my mom's old iPad pro and am playing with it. I have Night Shift off and started with True Tone off. For brightness, I just put it next to a calibrated monitor and adjusted the brightness to match. When I started Lightroom on both though, the ipad was quite cool (blue) so I turned True Tone back on. That made them closer , but the it doesn't completely match the colors on my three calibrated monitors I used on my laptop. However, the brightness levels are similar now.
 
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I recently got a hold of my mom's old iPad pro and am playing with it. I have Night Shift off and started with True Tone off. For brightness, I just put it next to a calibrated monitor and adjusted the brightness to match. When I started Lightroom on both though, the ipad was quite cool (blue) so I turned True Tone back on. That made them closer , but the it doesn't completely match the colors on my three calibrated monitors I used on my laptop. However, the brightness levels are similar now.
Good info - thanks for the reply!
 
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I have mine set to Automatic and 100% Brightness with True Tone on.

Images that I work on in my iPadPro are rendered pretty much on color when I look at them in Lightroom Classic on my iMac.


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Interesting! Thanks!
 
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