Mac vs Windows for graphics

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I have heard/seen graphics produced/edited on Mac's are far cleaner and much more vibrant then Windows machines. Why? What makes them so much better? (I am not a graphics expert but I am learning) I have been using Photoshop and Illistrator on a Windows box and pictures come out ok, even better when its vector. But it isn't anything like I've seen from a Mac machine. For instance this website
http://gallery.mpjconnection.com/slideshow.php?set_albumName=
I am guessing the pictures are from a Mac. They have such rich colors, what makes the colors come out like that?
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silver00x00Asked:
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Lobo042399Commented:
Hi silver,

These days the graphics quality difference between a Mac ands a PC is non-existent. The photos in the Gallery you mention are well taken and possibly with some colouradjustment done in Photoshop; nothing out of the ordinary and defiinitely nothing that you can't do in a PC.

One of the keys to good display colour is monitor calibration. Mac artists are more conscious about calibration than PC people and calibration tools for the PC have been, until recently, hardware/software combo solutions that did put them out of reach to the common user.

After trying several software-based tools for many years I've settled for the Monitor Calibration Wizard. It's FREE,  easy to use and, best of all, it does the job. You can download Monitor Calibration Wizard from:

http://www.hex2bit.com/products/product_mcw.asp

Good Vibes!

Lobo

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silver00x00Author Commented:
Great, i'll try it.

What about how the pictures have rich colors? Is there a tool in photoshop to bring out colors in a picture?
Lobo042399Commented:
Yes, the easiest is probable a combination of Auto Color, Auto Contrast, and Auto Levels. All those are found under the Image > Adjustments menu. You may want to look at the Curves option as well (under the same menu). Curves gives you a lot of colour adjustment power.
silver00x00Author Commented:
Wonderful ! Thanks !
Lobo042399Commented:
Thanks Silver! Glad to be of help.

Good Vibes!

Lobo
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